Rain to play a part again? | The Daily Star
12:00 AM, June 13, 2019 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:06 AM, June 13, 2019

Rain to play a part again?

Rain has had its say at the World Cup so far with three matches having already been washedout -- the most in any World Cup. That trend is likely to continue in today’s match between India and New Zealand, with the forecast showing over 50 per cent chances of rain.

According to some reports, the Indian team missed their practice session in Nottingham due to inclement weather on Tuesday and although the downpour had eased somewhat on Wednesday, there was significant clouds covering the Nottingham skyline.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) tweeted a picture from Trent Bridge, captioning it: “Glum and gloomy conditions here at the Trent Bridge.”

Both India and New Zealand are unbeaten in the World Cup so far.

The Kiwis have registered wins against Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh while India have defeated South Africa and Australia.

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