India vs New Zealand 1st ODI pitch and weather report: On January 18, the teams of India and New Zealand will be face to face in the ODI match. This match between the two teams will be held at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad. India’s spirits are high after winning the ODI series against Sri Lanka by 3-0. On the other hand, the New Zealand team has also reached India after defeating Pakistan. In this ODI series, there will be tremendous competition between the two teams. The Indian team has won 50 percent of ODIs in Hyderabad. Team India is invincible here for the last 12 years. In such a situation, the path of New Zealand will not be easy in front of Rohit Sharma and Co. Let us tell you about the weather and pitch report of Hyderabad before this match.
The Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad is known for its flat wicket. The wicket slows down as the game progresses on this ground. Which means spinners will get more help here than fast bowlers. But on the basis of the last international match, the wicket here is favorable for batting. More than 350 runs were scored in the T20 match against Australia in September. In the last six ODIs played here, the team has won three by chasing the target. Whereas in three matches the team batting first was victorious. In the match between India and New Zealand, the team bowling first after winning the toss will be in advantage.
According to the Meteorological Department, on the day of the match between India and New Zealand on January 18, there will be heat in Hyderabad in the afternoon. The day temperature is estimated to be 31 degree centigrade. At the same time, there will be a drop in temperature in the night and this mercury will reach 17 degree centigrade. There is no forecast of rain in Hyderabad on the day of the match. Therefore, it is expected that the first ODI between the two countries will be played here without any hindrance.
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