India vs New Zealand: The play for the day has been suspended due to uninterrupted rain. The match will resume tomorrow with New Zealand 211/5 in the 46th over. If the match is washed out on the reserve day too then India will automatically qualify for the finals courtesy of accumulating the higher number of points in the group stages.
Electing to bat, New Zealand got off to a poor start losing Martin Guptill early. Jasprit Bumrah gave India first breakthrough getting Guptill caught by Virat Kohli at slip in the fourth over when the score was just 1. Henry Nicholls and Williamson then steadied the innings. Nicholls scored 28 and shared a 68-run stand with skipper Kane Williamson before being bowled out by Ravindra Jadeja. Williamson (67) then slammed his half-century and took the score past 100. He shared a 65-run stand with Ross Taylor for the third wicket before giving a simple catch to Jadeja. Taylor then lifted New Zealand and took the score past 200 with his half-century.