WI vs IND 2nd T20I Weather Report: Rain to Play Spoilsport at Providence Stadium Georgetown?
Updated on: Aug 6, 2023 5:52 pm IST
Here’s Weather Report for West Indies vs India 2nd T20I at Providence Stadium Georgetown. The second T20I between India and West Indies is set to take place on Sunday, August 6, at Providence Stadium in Georgetown, Guyana. After a narrow defeat in the first T20I, India will be eager to bounce back and level the five-match series. However, apart from on-field performance, there is a possibility that the weather may also play a role in the match.
WI vs IND 2nd T20I Weather Report
The temperature in Georgetown, Guyana, on Sunday is expected to be around 27°C. The sky is predicted to be partly cloudy, and there is a chance of rain. According to Accuweather, there is a 7% chance of rain at the start of the match, and this chance increases to 35% as the day progresses.
Rain to Play Spoilsport at Providence Stadium Georgetown?
The match is scheduled to begin at 10:30 am local time, and there is a possibility of rain infringing during the game. While the forecast indicates a chance of rain and thunderstorms, they are expected to be heavy and scattered. It is uncertain how much interruption rain might cause during the match.
While a 35% chance of rain later in the day might raise concerns, it is hoped that the weather will not significantly impact the match. However, in the event of rain, the match could be interrupted or possibly shortened, depending on the severity and duration of the showers.
Cricket fans and players alike will be keeping a close eye on the weather conditions in Georgetown, as it may add an extra layer of uncertainty to the already exciting contest between India and West Indies.
Both teams will be hoping for clear skies and an uninterrupted game, allowing them to showcase their skills and compete fiercely for a victory in the second T20I. As the series progresses, the weather may become a crucial factor in determining the outcome of the matches, making it all the more important for both sides to adapt and be prepared for any potential weather-related challenges.
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