WTC Final: Good news from Southampton, toss to be held today after first day washed out in rain

Southampton: India and New Zealand are facing each other in the final of the first World Test Championship in ICC. The first day's play of the match was completely spoiled due to rain. Not a single ball could be bowled, even the toss could not be done. Now, on the second day, there is good news from Southampton in England. The sky is clear and the match can be started at regular times as per schedule, or before.

The final match of the World Test Championship between India and New Zealand was scheduled to be played in Southampton, England from June 18 to 22. There was a lot of enthusiasm among the people about the match, but on the first day, the rain did not allow a single ball to be played. The weather is now visible on the second day on Saturday, June 19 and the toss is expected to be played at the right time.

Southampton is in a state of droop and the sky is clear. According to the information, the toss will be done around 2.30 minutes. The match will start at 3 pm. ICC had already kept the match in reserve for the first day. If the rain effects the overs of the match, it was decided to make the day reserved for the remaining overs of the match. Now, after the entire day of the match is ruined, the start of the game will be considered from the second day itself.

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