Third ODI to be played at Holkar Stadium in Indore, know pitch report and weather conditions

IND vs NZ 3rd ODI: These days the Indian team is playing a home series of 3 ODIs against New Zealand. The team has taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series by winning the first two consecutive matches. The second match of the series was played in Raipur. In that match, the Indian team registered a resounding victory by 8 wickets. While bowling first, the team had all out New Zealand for 108 runs in 34.3 overs. After this Blue Brigade easily achieved the target in 20.1 overs with the loss of 2 wickets. 

Now the third ODI match between the two will be played at the Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore. In this third match, the Indian team will take the field with the intention of making a clean sweep of the visiting team by 3-0. This sixth ODI will be played at Holkar Stadium. Let us know how Holkar’s pitch and weather will be for the third ODI. 

Pitch Report

The pitch of Holkar Cricket Stadium of Indore is helpful in batting. Apart from this, the small boundary here helps the batsmen a lot. Fast bowlers get mild help. But bowlers have to work hard to save runs. In the total five ODIs played so far, the team batting later has won 3 times, while the team batting first has managed to win twice. In such a situation, bowling after winning the toss seems beneficial. 

Will rain play spoilsport?

This match will start from 1:30 pm. The weather here is showing some heat on the day of the match. The maximum temperature on January 24 will be up to 28 degrees. At the same time, the minimum temperature will be around 13 degrees. Apart from this, there is no chance of rain in any way during the match. 

Indian team’s record at Holkar Stadium has been excellent

The Indian team has played a total of 5 ODIs at the Holkar Cricket Stadium, in which the team has won all five matches. In this, the team has chased the target 3 times. At the same time, batting first twice, the team has won the match. The team made a high total of 418 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in an ODI match played here against the West Indies in 2011. 

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