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IAAF World Championships kick starts on September 27 to October 6 in Doha; A preview on Men’s 400M Relay

The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championship is scheduled to take place from September 27 to October 6, 2019, at the multi-purpose Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar.



IAAF World Championships

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championship is scheduled to take place from September 27 to October 6, 2019, at the multi-purpose Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar.

 However, men’s 400M is scheduled to start on October 1, 2019, at 1:35 pm IST. The finals will be on October 4, 2019, at 7:20 pm IST. Fans can expect a new champion this year as the current champion Wayde Van Niekerk will not be playing in the upcoming IAAF World Championships.

Michael Norman and Fred Kerley from the US are the leading individuals and the two are world’s top seven one-lap athletes in history. 

Nathan Strother and Vernon Norwood from US will also be participating; both set as personal bests at the US Championships in July and could be a key factor. 

Athletes also have to look out for 21-year-old Jamaican talent Akeem Bloomfield, who surprised everyone with a 43.94 debut run last year. 

Samba and Karsten Warholm will also attend the event and though they may be better known for their world-class exploits in the 400m hurdles, both the players have records in their home town at the 400m events.

Indian National record holder Muhammed Anas Yahiya will not be running in the individual 400m at the IAAF World Championships in Doha. Anas earlier crossed the qualifying mark of 45.30 by clocking 45.21 at the Kladno international meet. In the process, he also broke his national record. However, the Athletics Federation of India has not entered Anas’ name in the individual 400m event but he will be participating in the men’s 4x400m relay and mixed 4x400m relay. The governing body of IAAF recently issued the list of athletes and the name of the 25-year-old was only in the men’s 4x400m and mixed 4x400m relay.

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IND vs NZ: Third ODI called off due to rain, New Zealand win series 1-0

The Kiwis were 50 runs ahead under the Duckworth-Lewis method when play was stopped, but the result was inconclusive as 20 overs were not completed.



IND vs NZ: Third ODI called off due to rain, New Zealand win series 1-0

New Zealand has emerged victorious in the 3-match ODI series played against India. The 3rd ODI between India and New Zealand at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch was abandoned due to rain.
The match could not be played further following the showers. The second ODI was also cancelled due to rainfall as well. And now New Zealand has won the series 1-0.

Batting first after losing the toss, Team India was reduced to a score of 219 in 47.3 overs. Washington Sundar (51) scored a half-century, while Shreyas Iyer scored 49 runs. In response, New Zealand had scored 104 runs after losing a single wicket in 18 overs.

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Devon Conway scored 38 runs and captain Kane Williamson was at the crease at zero. Finn Allen was dismissed by Umran Malik after scoring 57 runs. It rained after this and the Kiwis won the series 1-0.

Had there been two more overs in the third ODI, New Zealand would have won. In order to be decided in any ODI match, it is necessary to have at least 20 overs of play in both the innings. The Kiwis were 50 runs ahead under the Duckworth-Lewis method when play was stopped, but the result was inconclusive as 20 overs were not completed.

India’s batting and bowling both flopped

Team India flopped on every front in the third ODI. Apart from Washington Sundar and Shreyas Iyer, no one could play a good inning in batting. Similarly, none of India’s bowlers could make a significant impact in bowling 18 overs.

Team India failed to play 50 overs

Team India could not even play full 50 overs on the grassy wicket of Hagley Oval. The Kiwi bowlers kept taking wickets at regular intervals and the team did not manage to score big. Only Shreyas Iyer and Washington Sundar spent some time at the crease. The rest of the batsmen left the crease earlier than expected.

Now team India will head back to Bangladesh for the three match ODI series followed by three match Test series as well. Senior players like Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Mohammad Shami and KL Rahul will mark their comeback in the team. The One Day Internationals will begin from December 4.

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IND vs NZ: Do or die for India in the third ODI match, Sanju Samson’s place in playing XI still questionable

The 3rd IND vs NZ ODI match will begin at 7:00 pm IST and the toss will be held at 6:30 pm.



IND vs NZ: Do or die for India in the third ODI match, Sanju Samson's place in playing XI still questionable

Team India is all set to play the third One Day Internationals tomorrow at Hagley Oval against New Zealand. Team India is now in a do or die situation as they will not only have to win the decider match but will also have to pray that even a droplet of rain does not fall at Christchurch tomorrow in order to equalize 1-1 in the three-match ODI series.

The weather forecast claims that there are 40 percent chances of rain at Christchurch tomorrow and if it happens then there will be nothing more disappointing for the young cricketers of the Indian team. The rain has already played a spoilsport for the youngsters as they got a golden opportunity to prove their mettle in the absence of the senior players.

But the first and third match of the India vs New Zealand T20 series was disturbed by the rain. Later India won the series as they had defeated the host in the second T20 match. And now something same seems to happen in the ODI series.

The first match was won by Black Caps and the second match was cancelled after heavy rain at Napier. And now both the teams are all to seal the third match on a winning note but they’ll only be successful in doing so if rain does not interrupts the match.

On the other hand, out of these five matches Sanju Samson only got to play one match and seems like in order to give Rishabh Pant the priority, Samson may be benched for the 3rd IND vs NZ ODI.

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IND vs NZ ODI Streaming details

Just like the T20, the One Day Internationals will also be available on platform Amazon Prime Video, but if you want to enjoy this series without any cost, then you can watch it on DD Sports channel of DD Free Dish.

The match will begin at 7:00 pm IST and the toss will be held at 6:30 pm.

IND vs NZ ODI Series Squads

India: Shikhar Dhawan (C), Rishabh Pant (VC & wk), Shubman Gill, Deepak Hooda, Suryakumar Yadav, Shreyas Iyer, Sanju Samson (wk), W Sundar, Shardul Thakur, Shahbaz Ahmed, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav, Arshdeep Singh, Deepak Chahar, Kuldeep Sen, Umran Malik.

New Zealand: Kane Williamson (c), Finn Allen, Michael Bracewell, Devon Conway, Lockie Ferguson, Daryl Mitchell, Adam Milne, Jimmy Neesham, Glenn Phillips, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Tom Latham (wk), Matt Henry.

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ODI World Cup 2023: Team South Africa can be ruled out of the World Cup, here’s everything you need to know

As per ICC rules, the top eight teams on the points table of the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League will directly qualify for the World Cup.



ODI World Cup 2023

All the teams have started preparations for the ODI World Cup 2023, which will be held in India. With less than a year left in this tournament every team is keeping their best foot forward and working out team combinations for the big ICC tournament.

As the host, Team India has already qualified for the ODI World Cup 2023. After this, seven teams including England, New Zealand, Australia, Bangladesh and Pakistan have qualified for this World Cup. Afghanistan has also recently qualified for the big battle, but surprisingly West Indies, Sri Lanka and South Africa have not been able to qualify for the World Cup so far.

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As per ICC rules, the top eight teams on the points table of the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League will directly qualify for the World Cup. The Indian team will make it to the tournament as hosts. Whereas, the rest of the teams will have to play the qualifying round and the first two placed teams will make it to the main round. In such a situation, teams like South Africa, Sri Lanka and West Indies can be in trouble.

The Sri Lankan team is currently at the 10th position in the points table of the Cricket World Cup Super League with 67 points. They have four matches to make it to the eight teams. Same way South Africa is at 11th position with 59 points. They will have to win four of their five matches to make it to the super eight. Three of these matches are against England and two are against team Netherlands.

On the other hand, West Indies is at the eighth position with 88 points. This team can directly qualify for the World Cup by performing well in their upcoming matches. Compared to South Africa and Sri Lanka, the road to West Indies is easier.

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