Bangladesh vs India 2nd ODI: Mirpur Weather Update, Chance of Rain in BAN vs IND Match

Updated on: Dec 7, 2022 8:24 am IST

  • Bangladesh vs India 2nd ODI

    Bangladesh vs India, 2nd ODI: Bangladesh and India are set to turn up against each other in the second game of the three-match One Day International (ODI) series on Bangladeshi land. The match will be played on Wednesday (December 7) at 11:30 AM (IST) at Sher-E-Bangla National Stadium, in Mirpur.

    Bangladesh recently won the first game of this series at the same venue on December 25. The series is going to be a vital element of their preparation for the upcoming men’s One Day Cricket World Cup 2023 in India.

    India, on the other hand, will aim to level the series after losing the first game. The side earlier in Mirpur, couldn’t perform well in all three departments.

    As the traditional rivalry between the sides moves further, here’s the weather update from Mirpur, where Bangladesh vs India game will be played.

    Bangladesh vs India 2nd ODI: Mirpur Weather Update, Chance of Rain in BAN vs IND Match

    It’s winter in the ‘land of six seasons,’ that is Bangladesh. So, the weather is unlikely to play any role in the series.

    Further, the Mirpur weather, on Wednesday, is predicted to hover around 28° celcius. During game time, according to the Weather Channel, the winds will flow at a speed of around 10 to 15 km/h. During the local match time in Mirpur, there will be 57% humidity in the air (12:00 PM BST). No rain has been predicted around the venue.

    Overall, the sky will be clear and there will be no weather interruption during Bangladesh vs India game.

    Shakib, Mehedy seal victory for Bangladesh in first ODI

    Previously, in the first ODI, India batted first and put on a relatively low total of 186 runs for all out. Wicketkeeper batter KL Rahul was the highest run-getter from the team. He scored 73 runs in 70 deliveries with five boundaries and four sixes. Meanwhile, Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan attained a fivefer. The pacer Ebadot Hossain also scalped a fourfer.

    In reply, while chasing the target, the same happened with Bangladesh batters. Their skipper Litton Das though, scored 41 runs in 63 deliveries. However, it was Mehidy Hasan Miraz, the spin-bowling all-rounder, who turned the tables around. Miraz scored an unbeaten knock of 38 runs in 39 deliveries, with four fours and a couple of sixes. The 25-year-old guided Bangladesh to an unlikely victory with merely a wicket to spare. In the meantime, India’s Mohammed Siraj captured three wickets.

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