30 Nov, 14:42 (IST)

The third and last ODI between India and New Zealand have been called off due to rain in Christchurch. New Zealand in chase of 220 runs were 104/1 in 18 overs when heavens opened up. No further play was possible and match has been called off now. New Zealand win the three-match series 1-0.

30 Nov, 12:55 (IST)

As expected rain has stopped play in Christchurch. There was rain threat looming over the match and forecast had predicted rain. Meanwhile, players are off the field and covers are on the field. New Zealand are 104/1 in 18 overs and are chasing 220 runs. Just a reminder, that to have a result we must have 20 overs from the second innings.

30 Nov, 11:07 (IST)

India have been bowled out for 219 runs in the third ODI against New Zealand at Christchurch. With rain threat still looming, New Zealand will try and get to the target as quickly as well.

30 Nov, 09:44 (IST)

30 Nov, 08:46 (IST)

After rain delayed toss and start of play in Christchurch, things look good as of now. India have been put to bat first by New Zealand with rain threat still looming over the game.

30 Nov, 00:16 (IST)

The news is not good for Indian fans as there is a rain threat looming large on the 3rd ODI in Hagley Oval in Christchurch. India need to win to draw the series.

The weather has been a much-talked-about topic in recent times during cricket matches, especially during India’s ongoing tour of New Zealand. The T20I series, which was tied 1-1 between the sides was marred by rain, with the second game being washed out. The same trend has been seen in the ODI series as well, with the second ODI of the series being abandoned due to a rain interruption. Now, India are faced with a must-win situation in the ODI series as they down 0-1 after losing the first match. India vs New Zealand, 3rd ODI 2022, Christchurch Weather Report: Check Out the Rain Forecast and Pitch Report at Hagley Oval

The weather update is not good for India going ahead into the third match, which would be played at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch. Just like Hamilton, there is a huge rain threat that looms over this match. According to New Zealand’s Met Service, there would be a cloud cover with showers beginning from the afternoon, at the time of the start of the game.

India would lose the series 0-1 if rain decides to play spoilsport once again. Cricket fans would hope that the weather gods listen to their prayers and keep the rain clouds away.