India vs New Zealand WTC Final, Day 4, Highlights
Day four was totally wiped out because of the unfavorable weather, with not a single ball being bowled on the game, the BCCI confirmed on Twitter.
India vs New Zealand WTC Final, Day 4, Highlights: No Action On Day 4 As Rain Plays Spoilsport In Southampton | Cricket News https://t.co/k4lKUJ2lem
— Süñňý Srîvåstãv (@AnkurSr19101901) June 21, 2021
The rain Gods were not kind on Day 4 of the World Test Championship (WTC) final between India and New Zealand, after weather-related disruptions on the first three days of play.
Ravichandran Ashwin and Ishant Sharma Put The Indian Team Back Into The Game
New Zealand bowled India out for 217 runs on Day 3 before a 70-run opening stand between Devon Conway and Tom Latham put India on the back foot.With the wickets of both openers, Ravichandran Ashwin and Ishant Sharma put the Indian team back into the game in the last session.
India vs New Zealand, WTC Final, Southampton weather today: Rain expected to play spoilsport on Day 4 at Rose Bowl. 🌧🙄😒🇮🇳🇳🇿😓#india #newzealand #indvnz#southampton #weather #report #wtcfinal #wtc2021 #wtc2021final #rosebowl #rain #IndiaVsNewZealand#worldtestchampionship pic.twitter.com/6amWCgod9t
— STUMPSNBAILS (@stumpnbails) June 21, 2021
Teams Most Experienced Batsman
Kane Williamson, the captain, is at the crease alongside Ross Taylor, the team’s most experienced batsman. On Day3, New Zealand were 101/2 at stumps. While India has a two-wicket advantage in the final session, everything hinges on how both teams perform in the opening session on Day 4.
🚨🚨 BREAKING NEWS 🚨🚨
Start Of day On day 4 In the WTC 21 Final Between India vs New Zealand Has Been Delayed Due to rain ☔ pic.twitter.com/kvp8zVSQeU
— Cricket Talk (@crickettalk807) June 21, 2021
Taking Advantage Of The Pitch Difficult Areas
Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja will attempt to take advantage of the pitch’s difficult areas, while New Zealand will hope to surpass India’s score and grab a significant first-innings lead.