If New Zealand could not complete its innings due to rain, India would have to 237 runs in 46 overs

New Zealand could not complete its innings due to rain
  • If India innings is limited to 20 overs then it will get the target of 148
  • Taylor play unbeaten 67 runs and Williamson scored 67 runs, India’s five bowlers took one wicket

New Zealand vs India semifinal match has been stopped due to rain. first Batting New Zealand made 211 for 5 wickets in 46.1 overs.If New Zealand could not complete its innings due to rain occurs for more than 2 hours, then India can get 237 runs in 46 overs. If 46 overs can not be played then India will get target of 148 runs in 20 overs depending on Duckworth-Lewis rule. If the whole match is washed due to excessive rain, then the contest will start on Wednesday ie where it is stopped today.

Right now Ross Taylor 67 runs on 85 balls and Tom Latham 3 runs on 4 balls are unbeaten. Taylor made his 50th fifty of the career. Earlier, Ken Williamson scored 67 runs on 95 balls, Jadeja caught by the ball from Chahal. Williamson shared a 65-run partnership with Taylor for the third wicket.

On the Duckworth Lewis basis, these are becoming equations

How many over game Potential target
46 237
40 223
35 209
30 192
25 172
20 148

Williams, made highest run-scorer batsman in a world for New Zealand

Kane Williamson became the highest run-scorer for New Zealand in a World Cup. In his World Cup, he scored 548 runs. They broke the record of Guptill. Guptill scored 547 runs in 2015. Only two New Zealand batsmen have managed to score 500+ runs in a World Cup so far. Williamson is the fourth batsman to score 500+ runs in this World Cup. Rohit Sharma (647 runs) is the highest run scorer. 

New Zealand’s lowest run in powerplay in this World Cup

Bumrah has thrown the most 9 maidens overs in this World Cup. England’s Joefra Archer, 8, and Australia’s Pat Cummins thrown 6 maidens over. New Zealand first scored 27 runs in a power play. In this World Cup, any team has the lowest score during this power play.

India lost review in first ball

Earlier, India lost the first ball review. Bhuvneshwar Kumar appealed against LBW against Guptill, but the ball was going out of the leg stump. The third umpire called Guptill a notout. In the first two overs, the New Zealand team could not even open the account.

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