Nottingham Weather Forecast for June 13: India vs New Zealand ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match at Trent Bridge Faces Rain Threat?
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Three ICC World Cup 2019 matches have already been abandoned due to heavy rain in England, while some other games have had to endure stop-starts due to frequent rain intervals. Such has been the influence of rain in the first couple of weeks in CWC 2019 that fans are already getting worried whether they will be able to watch their team play a full-fledged match again. Among some future matches threatened to be interrupted by rain is India's next game against New Zealand. The action will take place at the Trent Bridge in Nottingham on June 13 (Thursday). But with rain threatening to spoil the fun of watching the two best teams of CWC19 battle against each other for the top position in the points table, fans of both the countries are getting super worried. India vs New Zealand Cricket Score 18th ODI Match.

India and New Zealand are the only two teams still unbeaten in the 2019 World Cup. While the Kiwis led by Kane Williamson have won of all of their three matches, Virat Kohli-led India has a 100% win record after two games. India convincingly beat heavyweights South Africa and Australia in their first two matches, while the Black Caps saw-off Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and Bangladesh in their three games. But their next match at Trent Bridge has already experienced rain intervals during the West Indies vs Pakistan match at the ground. Keeping that in mind, let us have a look at the rain forecast for IND vs NZ match of CWC 2019. Weather Forecast For UK: Country Witnesses A Month's Rain In One Day, More ICC World Cup 2019 Matches Likely To Be Washed Out.

Nottingham Weather Forecast

Weather Report for IND vs NZ CWC 2019 Match (Photo Credits: Accuweather.com)

Trent Bridge, which has already hosted three matches, has been experiencing heavy rainfall for the past few days. According to a report from accuweather.com, it is currently raining today (June 12) just one day before the match. But the weather on match day is expected to be partly cloudy with some light showers intervals.

New Zealand lead the points table with six points after three games, while India are placed third with four points from two matches. Top four teams at the end of the round robin stage qualify for the semi-finals.