India vs Netherlands Highlights, World Cup 2023 Warm Up Match: IND vs NED Game Abandoned Due To Rain
IND vs NED, World Cup Warm-Up Highlights: The warm-up match between India and Netherlands at Greenfield International Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram was called off due to rain on Tuesday
India vs Netherlands, World Cup Warm-up Match Highlights: The warm-up match between India and Netherlands at Greenfield International Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram was called off due to rain on Tuesday. Rohit Sharma and company have had a poor luck in the warm-up stage of the Cricket World Cup 2023 as their first match against England was also called off due to rain in Guwahati. (Scorecard)
Here are the Highlights of the World Cup Warm-Up Match between India and Netherlands:
- 16:23 (IST)IND vs NED Live Score: Match called off!Here is the inevitable! The India vs Netherlands ODI World Cup warm-up match has been called off due to rain. This means India will enter the tounament without playing any of their warm-up matches as their first game against England in Guwahati was also washed out.
- 12:59 (IST)India vs Netherlands LIVE, Warm-up Match: It's Raining In TrivandrumSocial media users on the internet have been quick to highlight the weather conditions in Trivandrum ahead of the start of the warm-up game. It was raining a little while ago and the situation is such that the toss could be delayed. Fans, however, are hopeful of reduced contest at least.
Heavy Rain in Thiruvananthapuram ,Kerala ....Today Warm-up match between India and Netherlands are in big Trouble...— Tamil Cricket Update (@tamilcricup96) October 3, 2023
Already 2 matches at Thiruvananthapuram Washout Due to Rain...#ODIWorldCup2023 #INDvNED pic.twitter.com/T1Lld8PnhW
- 12:53 (IST)India vs Netherlands LIVE: Will Rain Play Spoilsport Again?Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the Cricket World Cup 2023 warm-up match between India and Netherlands. As per the weather forecast, there remain high chances of rain during the course of the match in Trivandrum today. In fact, certain weather reports predict over 80% chance of precipitation. We are keeping our fingers crossed!