India vs New Zealand Semi-final: Who will qualify if reserve day is also washed out

The semi-final clash between India and New Zealand was interrupted by the rain and the clash was scheduled for the reserve day

After rain interrupted play semi-final between India and New Zealand on 9 July, the match would continue on 10 July (The reserve day) from the same position it was left, with New Zealand resuming play from 211/5 after 46.1 overs if rain doesn’t interrupt on reserve day.

Rain arrived over Old Trafford at 2 PM local time and went on relentlessly throughout the afternoon. The covers came off for a short period of time at 5.30 pm, but after officials inspected the pitch play was called off for the day around an hour later.

The reserve day has been kept by ICC for Semi-finals and the final in case match is not completed on a scheduled day due to rain etc,

The play will continue from where it was left off using the same start time and hours of play as the scheduled match day.

10th July is a reserve day for India vs New Zealand semi-final at Old Trafford; July 12 for England vs Australia at Edgbaston; July 15 for two finalists at Lord’s.

If reserve day also gets washed outreserve

If rain doesn’t permit any play on the reserve day then New Zealand would crash out of the semi-final and India would qualify for the final, because of India is above than New Zealand in the points table.

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