The third match of the three T20 matches series between New Zealand and West Indies was rained out. The match was canceled and the New Zealand team captured the series 2–0. It was during the West Indies batting that the rain disrupted and then the match did not start. The Windies tight score was 25 at the loss of 1 wicket at this time. Whereas it was considered canceled. The New Zealand team won both the opening T20s, so the winner of the series was the Kiwi team. Loki Ferguson was voted Player of the Series.
New Zealand won the toss and decided to field first, and Caribbean batsman Brendan King showed his way to the pavilion on a personal score of 11. Andre Fletcher was on 4 and Kyle Myers was on 5, at which time the rain disrupted the match. As soon as the game was over 2.2 overs, the rain spoiled the match and the match did not start again. Although the umpires did wait for some time waiting for the match to start, but due to the continuous rain, it was not possible to start the match.
New Zealand won both the opening matches of the three T20 matches so they got a 2–0 lead in the series. Loki Ferguson took a total of 7 wickets, including 5 wickets in an innings. He was voted Man of the Series due to this performance. Ferguson was also the man of the match in the first match.