The weather forecast for today’s NZ v NED match at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Uppal, India is generally sunny, with a high of 35 degrees Celsius and a high of 26 degrees Celsius with a 24% chance of rain.
NZ vs NED Weather Report Live: Rajiv Gandhi Stadium
Here is the weather forecast for the ICC World Cup 2023 match between New Zealand on October 9, 2023.
|ICC ODI WORLD CUP 2023
|New Zealand vs Netherlands
|25-32 degrees Celsius
|10-15 km/h from the south-southwest
|Chance of precipitation
NZ vs NED Pitch Report Rajiv Gandhi Stadium World Cup 2023
The Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium is a batting-friendly venue, averaging 238 runs in the first inning. The ground is also known for its slow and poor pitch, which can make it difficult for goalkeepers to catch the ball.
New Zealand and the Netherlands will meet in Match 6 of the ICC World Cup 2023 on October 9 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Hyderabad, India. New Zealand is the favorite to win the in shape, however, the Netherlands will be seeking purpose and dissatisfaction.
New Zealand has a sturdy group with awesome stability in batting and bowling. Kane Williamson, Devon Conway, and Daryl Mitchell are all international-magnificence batsmen, and the bowling attack is led by Trent Boult and Tim Southee.
The Netherlands also has an amazing team with some skilled players. Max O’Dowd, Vikramjit Singh, and Bas de Leede are all dangerous batsmen, and the bowling assault is led by Logan van Beek and Shariz Ahmad.
New Zealand vs Netherlands Prediction:
New Zealand are the favorites to win the match, but the Netherlands should not be underestimated. New Zealand has a better team on paper, but the Netherlands have a number of experienced players who can cause New Zealand problems.
NZ vs NED Dream XI Prediction:
Kane Williamson (c), Devon Conway, Daryl Mitchell, Glenn Phillips, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Rachin Ravindra, Ish Sodhi, Lockie Ferguson, Matt Henry, and Trent Boult
Max O’Dowd, Vikramjit Singh, Bas de Leede, Colin Ackermann, Roelof van der Merwe, Vikramjit Singh, Saqib-Zulfiqar, Logan van Beek, Paul van Meekeren, Shariz Ahmad