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IND vs NZ WC Live: Next inspection at 6 pm IST


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* Approximate cut-off time for 20-over-a-side sport is 20:45 IST

17:30 IST: BAD NEWS! Rain is again again.

UPDATE: Lunch wreck at five:30 pm IST, adopted by way of inspection at 6 pm IST.

* Covers are again



* There are visible dust patches on the flooring. Umpires won't want to take possibilities with gamers' protection. Next inspection at 6 pm IST.


17:00 IST: Umpires are analyzing the bottom, and good information is -- no rain at this time.


16:50 IST: Rain taking part in cover & search. It has stopped raining again, with 10 minutes to go for the inspection.

16:40 IST: Nothing good to report at this time, handiest that the rain had gotten heavier. Next inspection is 20 minutes away, but if rain persists there's a big query mark on that too.



Virat Kohli looks on the climate conditions at Trent Bridge in Nottingham. (AFP Photo)


16:20 IST: BAD NEWS! Drizzle is again and so are the covers.



16:10 IST: The present inspection is over and umpires will do subsequent flooring inspection at five pm IST.



16:02 IST: The umpires are out within the heart for an inspection.

15:55 IST: All covers are off except for the hover quilt.

15:05 IST: The rain has stopped. Super soppers are in action. The subsequent inspection is at 4:00 pm (IST)




14:57 IST: The hover quilt is again on.




14:50 IST: BAD NEWS, people. The rain has got heavier at Trent Bridge. Covers are on.



14:43 IST: INDIA vs NEW ZEALAND - STAT ATTACK



14:40 IST: Even if the rain utterly stops and not using a solar round, the bottom will take a very long time to dry.


14:36 IST: UPDATE: Bad information! mild drizzle is again in Nottingham.

14:20 IST: UPDATE -If there is no further rain, there shall be an official flooring inspection at 3:00 pm (IST) which means the fit won't start on time.




India and New Zealand's performances within the tournament so far:




Hello and welcome to the Live protection from the ICC World Cup 2019 fit between India and New Zealand at Trent Bridge in Nottingham.



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