NZ vs SA Weather Report ICC Cricket World Cup 2023

NZ vs SA Weather Report ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 are given below. In the 32nd match of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, New Zealand (NZ) and South Africa (SA) will square off. On November 01, at 2:00 p.m. (IST), the intense match will take place at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune. To advance to the competition’s knockout round, both teams will be focused solely on winning.

With four straight victories, the Kiwis are among the tournament’s reliable sides. But in an exciting match in Dharamsala, Team India interrupted their winning run by defeating them by four wickets. After that, the BlackCaps made an effort to recover, but they were unable to defeat five-time champions Australia, leading to a second.

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NZ vs SA Weather Report

There is no chance of rain during the ODI World Cup 2023 match between South Africa and New Zealand, Match 32.South Africa vs. New Zealand in the Cricket World Cup is set to start on Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. IST at Pune’s Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium. Pune’s weather will alternate from being generally bright and clear, or clear with sporadic clouds. 

The temperature is predicted by Accuweather to be 32 degrees Celsius (high) throughout the day and to drop to 23 degrees Celsius (low) at night as the game approaches its conclusion. As there is no chance of rain in Pune, there is zero chance of rain after the game begins. 

NZ vs SA Match Predictions

There is a 56% likelihood that South Africa will defeat New Zealand in this match, according to Google’s win probability.

CricTracker predicts that South Africa will win six times regardless of who bats first. MyKhel anticipates a competitive race despite South Africa’s superiority.

The Black Caps are aware that Pakistan and Afghanistan are keen to be in the Top 4, and that a loss in this game will cast doubt on their hopes of making it to the semifinals. We think New Zealand will win, especially if they bat first. In this event, the Proteas batted second twice, and their chase abilities were dreadful.

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