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| On Jul 27, 2022 1:26 PM IST

IND vs WI Weather Update: Chance of Rain & Trinidad Weather Forecast for West Indies vs India 3rd ODI


IND vs WI: The ongoing ODI series between West Indies and India have been very competitive. Both the teams have fought tooth and nail and have given their best. Although the series has already been won by India with one match to go, both the matches have been nail-bitters and have given fans everything to cheer about. The third match of the series, which will also be a dead rubber, is slated to take place on Wednesday (27th July) and it is expected that it would also be an enthralling contest to watch out for fans. 

IND vs WI: Trinidad Weather update for 3rd ODI

The third and the final ODI of the series between West Indies and India will take place at Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain, Trinidad. The match is likely to be marred by light rain with thunderstorms expected during the day and night. The probability of precipitation of rain is 66% during the day and 40% at night.

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The temperature during the third ODI between the teams will be 29° Celcius during the day and fall to 25° Celcius at night with humidity is expected to be around 75% during the day and 85% at night.

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IND vs WI: What happened in the second ODI between India and West Indies?

The second ODI between West Indies and India saw the visitors clinch the nail-bitter by 2 wickets and take an unaccessible lead of 2-0 in the three-match series. 

After winning the toss and batting first, the hosts had a great outing with the bat on account of Shai Hope’s 115 runs and Nicholas Pooran’s half-century posted a total of 311 runs. There were small contributions from the other batters which helped the hosts go past 300 runs. 

After West Indies scored 311 runs, Indian batters chipped in at crucial stages with Shubman Gill (43), Iyer (63) and Deepak Hooda (33) keeping their side in the game. However, in the end, was Akshar Patel (64*), who tonked his maiden ODI half-century and took his team home.

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