3rd T20 match stopped due to rain, what happens if the match is cancelled? Read what the Duckworth-Lewis rule says

Napier: The third t20 match between India vs New Zealand is being performed at present at Napier. It was mentioned that there was no likelihood of rain throughout this match at present however it began raining shortly earlier than the begin of the match and due to this the toss of at present’s match was additionally delayed. Even after the toss, the match was stopped once more. Then after a while the match began once more.

New Zealand crew received the toss between India and New Zealand and elected to bat first. New Zealand’s first innings was performed with out rain. But by the time the 9 overs of the second innings have been accomplished, mild showers started to fall and the umpires stopped the match as quickly as the overs have been accomplished. The match has been stopped once more due to rising rain. Covers have been placed on the floor and now each the groups are ready for the rain.

Duckworth-Lewis rule

India’s second innings of the third T20I between India and New Zealand was stopped after 9 overs due to rain. Currently, India’s rating is 4 wickets for 75 runs in 9 overs. According to the Duckworth-Lewis rule, the runs of each the groups are equal at this level. The rain continued and the match was declared a tie until there was a replay. If the match is tied, India will win the sequence by a margin of 1-0. So all eyes are on what the rain will do now.

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