The final match of the World Test Championship (WTC) between India and New Zealand has reached an exciting stage, where the outcome of the match may go to both teams. The Kiwi team looks stronger than India, but the world number two team’s bowling is not taken lightly. The first session of the fourth day of the match will prove to be very important for both teams. However, on the fourth day of the match, the rain is ruining the hopes of fans hoping for the best game.
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According to the British Meteorological Department, Southampton is expected to receive rain throughout the day on Monday. When the sun is not going to come out and the rain stops in the middle, the chances of the game happening are thin. On the first day of the final, it was observed that the Southampton field would take longer to dry. The ulations hypocrisy has spread, with rain and bad weather playing on the fourth day of the WTC Finals is almost certain to spoil.
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The Kiwi team is strong against India based on the opening pair
Talking about the current situation of the match, New Zealand is stronger than India at the moment. By the end of the third day, India were 101 for two at the end of the third day after India were bowled out for 217 in the first innings. The team is now 116 runs ahead of India in the first innings and has eight wickets. Kiwis captain Kane Williamson is 12 and veteran batsman Ross Taylor is unbeaten. Devon Conway scored 54 for the team while his partner Tom Latham also scored 30. R Ashwin and fast bowler Ishant Sharma have taken one wicket each for India.