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India and New Zealand will play in the third and final Twenty20 International on Tuesday.

On Tuesday, at Napier’s McLean Park, India, and New Zealand will play the final Twenty20 International of their three-game series.

The last Twenty20 International of the three-game series between India and New Zealand will be played on Tuesday, October 16, at McLean Park in Napier. After taking the second T20I by a score of 65 runs, Hardik Pandya and India will be looking to wrap off the series. However, there are predictions of showers, which could disrupt the big event. Napier is experiencing precipitation at the present time, therefore it remains to be seen if the game will be called early.

November 22, 2022 — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha)
Accuweather predicts that there will be a higher chance of rain in the evening. Nighttime thunderstorms are also predicted.

The first Twenty20 International in the three-match series was called off in Wellington without a ball being bowled, but the second Twenty20 International saw Suryakumar Yadav’s brilliance shine through as he scored 111 runs to help India score 191-6 in 20 overs.

After that, Team India stifled New Zealand, and the tourists came out on top, 65 runs to 0.

When India and New Zealand play the third Twenty20 International at McLean Park in Napier on Wednesday, India will be going for the series win while New Zealand will be playing for a draw.

India now leads the three-game Twenty20 International series with a score of 2-0 after winning the second game after the first was postponed due to rain. If the visitors win the final game, they will take the series. If the Blackcaps win, the series will end tied at 1 game apiece.

Tim Southee will captain New Zealand in Napier because regular captain Kane Williamson had a medical appointment. As a replacement, Mark Chapman has been brought onto the team.

But every member of Team India’s roster will be playing in the championship match. However, the winning formula may be altered if the side decides to mess with it.

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