Just like rain played spoilsport in the decider match against Australia, once again rain is expected to intervene and play spoilsport at the 3rd T20 at Kerala. The weather forecast doesn't seem promising at all.
In the first ODI, New Zealand dropped 3 catches and India returned the favor in the second ODI by dropping four catches for Colin Munro and that helped him to wallop his second century in T20's. India's debut player Siraj failed to impress as he alone conceded 53 runs in 4 overs and with series at stake, India won't risk having him again.
He is expected to replace by Kuldeep. The ground organizers confessed that the modern drainage system will allow the match to resume in 15 minutes and the three super soppers should do that. Let's hope we get a full game tomorrow!
We don't have any time to prepare for South Africa's bouncy track - Kohli Indian Skipper Virat Kohli has told BCCI that the team has no time to prepare for the bouncy tracks in South Africa. With the ongoing Test Series against Sri Lanka, there is no time left to prepare for the South Africa Series which begins from January 5, 2018.
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