When 2015 finalists New Zealand take on the hosts England at The Riverside Ground in Chester Le Street, Durham, both teams can be safe in the knowledge that whatever the outcome of the game may be, the weather in unlikely to play spoilsport with low chances of precipitation on Wednesday, July 3rd.
For the match between England and New Zealand, the weather in Durham is expected to be a mix of cloudy and sunny. So mornings, afternoon and even the evenings are subjected to clouds with intermittent sunshine and very little chance of rain.
The maximum temperature estimated is 19 degree Celsius and 10 degree Celsius is estimated to be the lowest.
The match is extremely crucial for both teams as they look to pin down a semi-final berth. A win for England will make it extremely difficult for Pakistan, who will be watching on intently, while a New Zealand win makes it tougher for the hosts to make the top four.