Friday, July 30, 2021

India to resume play with overnight score of 64 for 2 against New Zealand on last day of WTC final at Southampton

In Cricket, India will resume its second innings at the overnight score of 64 for the loss of two wickets on the last day of World Test Championship final against New Zealand at Southampton. Now, the Indian team is leading by 32 runs.

New Zealand scored 249 runs in their first innings in reply to India’s first innings score of 217.

Good weather is forecast for today, the reserved sixth day of the rain affected match. If no win is possible in maximum 98 overs, both the teams will be declared as joint winners.

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