World Cup 2019: India vs New Zealand (IND vs NZ) Nottingham Weather Forecast

first_imgIndia take on New Zealand in an important game at Trent Bridge on Thursday. Both New Zealand and India are unbeaten so far in the 2019 Cricket World Cup. India will present New Zealand their stiffest challenge in the World Cup so far and it should be a cracker of a game.However, both teams will keep an eye on the weather in Nottingham where the threat of rain looms large. The practice session was washed on Tuesday but the teams could manage to train for an hour on Wednesday after which the rain returned.India are on a roll after their victories over South Africa and Australia. New Zealand have so far defeated Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. Neither team, therefore, would be keen to share points. 3 matches have already been washed out due to rain and teams would want to get as many points as they can muster in the first half of the tournament.New Zealand pacer Lockie Ferguson said his team was determined to get the full 2 points against India.Latest Update from Nottingham:- It has started to rain at Trent Bridge and it’s getting dark now The forecast for IND v NZ doesn’t look good (Accuweather)”It’s the World Cup. We’re playing against India in the World Cup and it’s an opportunity to get two points and we don’t want to get rained-out games,” he said.”I don’t think any players do but if that happens then so be it. We can’t control that but we’re looking forward to playing India and getting some confidence against them.”advertisementSo what does the weather look like in Nottingham for Thursday? Weather forecast in Nottingham for June 13, 2019 (Accuweather)The forecast as seen from above is not looking quite good and it should be a surprise if we get a full game today in Nottingham.Also Read | India vs New Zealand, World Cup 2019 Match 18: Prediction and Probable Playing 11sAlso Read | Want KL Rahul to be versatile ODI player like Dravid: Sanjay Bangarlast_img

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