IND vs NZ 1st T20: India and New Zealand will clash in Ranchi, know pitch report and weather conditions

India vs New Zealand 1st T20I: There is one day left for the T20 series between India and New Zealand (IND vs NZ) to start. The first match of this T20 series will be played on 27 January. This match will be held at JSCA International Stadium in Ranchi. Team India has already whitewashed New Zealand in the ODI series. In such a situation, the intentions of the Indian team are high. India’s dominance will continue in the T20 series against the Kiwis as the New Zealand team has not been able to win the T20 series in India for the last 11 years. Let us tell you about the weather and pitch of Ranchi before the match. 

How will the weather be?
According to the Meteorological Department, India and New Zealand T20 match On January 27, the weather of Ranchi will be favorable for cricket. The day temperature here on Friday is expected to be 21 degree Celsius. There will be a decline in it during the night and the mercury will drop to 17 degree Celsius. There is no chance of rain in Ranchi for the whole day and during the match. According to the Meteorological Department, the first T20 match to be played between India and New Zealand will be completed without any hindrance. 

How is the mood of the pitch?
Ranchi The JSCA International Stadium located here is a bit different from other grounds in India. This is a big ground where spinners have a history of success. Here slow bowlers who get more turn will prove to be effective. Earlier three T20 International matches have been played in Ranchi. In the year 2016, 196 runs were scored in the T20 match held here. After that the team batting first scored 118 once and 196 once. The team bowling first after winning the toss can be at an advantage in Ranchi. 

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