IND vs NZ: Weather Forecast And Pitch Report of Wankhede Stadium- New Zealand Tour of India 2021, 2nd Test Day 1. India and New Zealand will tackle each other in the 2nd and final Test clash of the ongoing series. IND vs NZ 2nd Test will commence on December 3 at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. The first Test between both the teams ended in a draw.
In IND vs NZ 1st Test, India batted first and posted 345-10 on the scoreboard. Shubman Gill and Ravindra Jadeja slammed half-centuries while Shreyas Iyer smacked a marvellous century. Later, New Zealand openers Tom Latham (95) and Will Young (89) scored a magnificent opening stand of 151 runs. However, the rest of the batsmen could not go big and the team got all out for 296.
In the 2nd innings, Shreyas Iyer again slammed an impressive half-century. Wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha also scored valuable 61 runs to take India to 234-7. While declaring the innings, India kept a target of 284 for the visitors.
In the final innings, Kiwi opener Tom Latham again played a good knock of 52 runs. William Somerville and Kane Williamson showed some resistance with 36 and 24 respectively. However, New Zealand lost quick wickets in the middle with a lethal attack by Indian spinners Ravichandran Ashwin, Axar Patel, and Ravindra Jadeja. In the end, New Zealand managed to save 1 wicket and the match ended in a draw.
IND vs NZ: Weather Forecast And Pitch Report of Wankhede Stadium- New Zealand Tour of India 2021, 2nd Test Day 1
IND vs NZ 1st Test will commence on December 3 (Friday) at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, India. Hence, December 1 will be Day 1 of the Test match. The match will start at 9:30 AM on Day 1. According to reports from weather.com, the temperature of Mumbai city of India on December 3 will be about 28° Celcius in the morning and fall to 25° Celcius at night. The sky will be partly cloudy and there is a 21% chance of rain. The humidity will be about 72%.
The average 1st and 2nd innings score at Wankhede Stadium in Tests are between 300-400, hence, the teams are expected to smash a 300+ total in the first two innings. However, the 3rd and 4th innings total falls between 100 to 250. The pitch at Wankhede Stadium helps both spinners and pacers. Batsmen have often got a good advantage at the stadium and Wankhede Stadium has been a high-scoring ground in ODIs and T20s.
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