The Cricket World Cup semi-last among India and New Zealand will continue on Wednesday’s save day following overwhelming precipitation at Old Trafford.
New Zealand won the hurl and chose for bat, achieving 211-5 after 46.1 overs when the players were constrained off the field at around 14:00 neighborhood time (13:00 GMT).
Light however constant showers proceeded for the duration of the evening and however the umpires reviewed the pitch at 18:10, heavier downpour touched base by then and the spreads were gathered back on.
Play needed to continue by 18:36 for an end to be come to on Tuesday, with India expecting to bat at any rate 20 overs for an outcome.
Be that as it may, as the awful climate wouldn’t yield, the umpires settled on the choice to cancel play for the afternoon, which means the groups will be back at the scene on Wednesday to achieve an end.
New Zealand will confront the last 3.5 overs of their innings, with Ross Taylor (67 not out) and Tom Latham (3 not out) to come back to the wrinkle.
Further showers are estimate in Manchester, however, and should the game not be finished, India will meet all requirements for Sunday’s last at Lord’s since they completed above New Zealand in the gathering stage.