IND Vs NZ 5th ODI in Vizag: Cyclone Kyant is heading towards AP | Paytm India-New Zealand series

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IND Vs NZ 5th ODI in Vizag: The Kyant cyclone threats the One-Day International cricket match between India and New Zealand to be held in Vizag. The match should be played to be played under floodlights at the Dr YS Rajasekhar Reddy ACA-VDCA stadium in Vizag city this Saturday i.e on October 29th. Vizagites are preparing for the much-awaited one day international (ODI) cricket match between India and New Zealand to be played in the city. But as Cyclone Kyant is heading towards AP and might trigger heavy rain in coastal districts may struck the game. Check full details below.

IND Vs NZ 5th ODI in Vizag: Cyclone Kyant is heading towards AP

The match should be played to be played under floodlights at the Dr YS Rajasekhar Reddy ACA-VDCA stadium in Vizag city this Saturday i.e on October 29th. Uncertainty prevails over the cricket match to be played under floodlights at the Dr YS Rajasekhar Reddy ACA-VDCA stadium in Vizag city , as Cyclone Kyant is heading towards AP and might trigger heavy rain in coastal districts of the state on Friday and Saturday.

Weather office said Cyclone Kyant lay 550 km east-southeast of Vizag and it would take another 24 hours to assess its landfall. Cyclone Kyant may trigger rain along with high velocity gusts in Vizag its surroundings on Friday and Saturday.

“If rain comes on the match day, our groundmen can clear the rain water from the stadium in just two to three hours with super soppers and the advanced drainage system,” said Andhra Cricket Association general secretary and BCCI vice-president Gokaraju Gangaraju.

Cricket lovers hope that the skies would not open up on Saturday and the match will go on smoothly. Even as the India Meteorological Department is yet to ascertain the landfall location of cyclone Kyant, nearly 70% of the tickets have already been sold for the match till Wednesday.

Previously, the ODI between India and West Indies was successfully conducted on November 24, 2013 despite heavy rain had lashed the city due to Cyclone Helen. It had stopped raining just a few hours before the match, but the stadium was cleared.

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