Australia vs England 2nd ODI: Sydney Weather Update, Chance of Rain in AUS vs ENG Match

Updated on: Nov 18, 2022 5:49 pm IST

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    Australia vs England 2nd ODI: The three-match One Day International (ODI) campaign between Australia and England commenced in Adelaide on Thursday (November 17). This Adelaide derby was full of runs and Australia succeeded it.

    The second game of the series will be played on Saturday (November 19) at 8:50 AM (IST) at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG).

    Australia earlier in the first ODI of the series started off well with the victory. The side wouldn’t mind a series win in Sydney.

    England, on the other hand, weren’t any less in their last outing against the Aussies. The Jos Buttler-led side, however, had to taste defeat after a long time.

    As this contest is set up, here’s the weather update from Sydney, where Australia vs England game will be played.

    Australia vs England 2nd ODI: Sydney Weather Update, Chance of Rain in AUS vs ENG Match

    Since the T20 World Cup, the rain has played a huge role. Several games of the tournament were affected by the rain and some of them were even abandoned.

    Nonetheless, the Sydney weather, on Saturday, is predicted to hover around 23° celcius. During game time, according to the Weather Channel, the winds will flow at a speed of around 30 to 50 km/h. During the local match time in Sydney, there will be 61% humidity in the air (01:50 PM ACDT). The atmosphere will be clear in general and windy.

    Overall, the rain will not interrupt Australia vs England game.

    Australia seal the Adelaide-derby by six wickets

    Batters from both sides dominated in Adelaide, during the first ODI of the series. England, while batting first, put on a decent total of 287 runs for nine. The English batter Dawid Malan added 134 runs in 128 balls with four sixes and 12 boundaries in his account. Meanwhile, Australia’s Adam Zampa and Pat Cummins captured three wickets each.

    In reply, The Aussie top threes were enough for the visitors. The openers David Warner and Travis Head, both smashed fifties. Warner notched 86 runs off 84 balls, while Head scored 69 in 57 deliveries. After all, Steven Smith, coming in at number three, scored an unbeaten knock of 80 runs in 78 deliveries with a six and nine fours. Conclusively, Australia won the match by six wickets.

    Besides, after this Sydney game, the third and final game will be played in Melbourne on November 22.

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