According to the England Meteorological Department, news is that there is a possibility of rain in next three to four days in Nottingham. That is why it is possible to either cut the overs in either the match between India vs New Zealand or if the rain falls, the match can be canceled.
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In the ICC Cricket World Cup (World Cup 2019) tomorrow, when Team India will play its third game on Thursday, it will also have to avoid an unwanted record against New Zealand. Before this match, New Zealand’s record against India is better in the World Cup. In the World Cup, India and New Zealand have faced 7 times so far, out of which India has lost four times and won 3 times. New Zealand won 3 out of four matches in June. Now again the match will be held in Nottingham on June 13 and it will be interesting to see that Kohli’s team breaks the defeat or Ken Williamson’s team is able to retain its glorious record.
The winning Indian team has to play against the unbeaten team of the tournament so far in New Zealand (New Zealand) in their next match. If, on the other hand, the matter of cricket in England is concerned about the nature of England, then India’s sutara is completely cleaned up here.
The Indian team has played 3 one-dayers against England on the field against New Zealand and has lost all three matches. Under the leadership of Virat Kohli, the Indian team would like to record their first win in the England against the Kiwis by breaking this shameful record of defeat.
In the World Cup, the last match between India and New Zealand was played in Centurion of South Africa in 2003, in which Saurav Ganguly-led team won by seven wickets. Three of the four World Cup tournaments previously played in England came in the face of teams from India and New Zealand.
|New Zealand||4 Wickets||Manchestar||14-Jun-75|
|New Zealand||8 Wickets||Leeds||13-Jun-79|
|New Zealand||5 Wickets||Naughtingham||12-Jun-99|
|New Zealand||4 Wickets||Dunedin||12-Mar-92|
June was heavy
Significantly, during the 1983 World Cup, India did not face New Zealand. Not only that, India have played against each other in New Zealand (New Zealand) in the World Cup between 12 and 14 June, and this time also they will face only on June 13.
June 14, 1975: First World Cup defeats 4 wk
Between these two teams, the first match in the World Cup was played in Manchester in June 1975 in New Zealand, New Zealand won by four wickets with the help of Glenn Turner (114 not out). The Indians were batting first and were dismissed for 230 in the stipulated 60 overs and New Zealand reached the target in 58.5 overs. All-rounder S Abid Ali scored an unbeaten 70 off 98 balls and then took 2 for 35 in 12 overs.
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13 June 1979: Team India lose by 8 wickets in Leeds
Four years after the World Cup in 1979, these teams were again face-to-face in Leeds on June 13, but S Venkataraghavan-led Indian team was reduced to 182 in 55.5 overs. Opener Sunil Gavaskar scored 55 runs for which he played 144 balls. New Zealand scored the target with 84 off Bruce Edgar losing two wickets in 57 overs.
June 12, 1999: Kiwi wins by five wickets
In the 1999 World Cup played in England, India and New Zealand were competing in Nottingham on June 12. The team led by Mohammed Azharuddin batted first and scored 251 runs for 6 wickets in 50 overs, in which Ajay Jadeja (76) had a half-century. New Zealand scored 253 runs in 48.5 overs to win by five wickets. Matt Horne (74) and Roger Turn (60 not out) made half centuries to his side.
Lucky march for India
- In the 3 matches India won against New Zealand, in which India won, 14 and March was a pleasant coincidence. Team India defeated New Zealand by 16 runs in the World Cup played in Bangalore on October 14, 1987.
- On March 14, 2003, Indian team defeated New Zealand by 7 wickets at Nottingham. In the 2003 World Cup, Team India had defeated New Zealand by 7 wickets in the Centurion Park in Africa, the date was 14 March.
- Team India has won twice in the same World Cup against New Zealand. In the 1987 World Cup in New Zealand, New Zealand beat New Zealand by 16 runs, followed by a nine-wicket defeat in Nagpur on October 31.