WI vs IND 4th T20I in Lauderhill, Florida Weather Update: Rain Possibility Looms?
Updated on: Aug 12, 2023 6:44 pm IST
As the West Indies vs India T20I series enters its final leg, the excitement among cricket enthusiasts is palpable. The fourth T20I, scheduled to be played in Lauderhill, Florida, holds the promise of intense cricketing action. However, a crucial element beyond anyone’s control has also taken center stage – the weather. Here’s a comprehensive look at the rain forecast and weather updates for the upcoming clash.
WI vs IND 4th T20I Weather
The fourth T20I is scheduled to commence at 10:30 am local time and continue until approximately 2 pm. Weather forecasts from different sources provide varying perspectives on the likelihood of rain affecting the match.
- Accuweather predicts a minimal chance of rain for the majority of the game, with a 51 percent possibility of rain around 2 pm.
- Weather.com estimates a maximum 15 percent chance of rain during the match hours, particularly around 1-2 pm.
- The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Weather Service indicates a higher 32 percent chance of rainfall around 2 pm.
WI vs IND T20 Series Recap
The West Indies started the series on a strong note, clinching victories in the first two matches. India, however, bounced back in the third T20I, keeping their hopes alive in the series. The hosts currently lead with a 2-1 advantage and would be eager to secure an unassailable lead on their home turf in Florida.
The series has also witnessed the emergence of new talents, with India introducing debutants Tilak Varma, Mukesh Kumar, and Yashasvi Jaiswal. While Varma has shown remarkable promise with three consecutive scores of 35-plus, including a fifty, Mukesh and Jaiswal have faced initial challenges. Mukesh has managed two wickets from three games, while Jaiswal’s contribution has been limited to a single run in his sole appearance.
Shubman Gill’s form poses a concern for India as the opener has struggled to surpass single-digit scores in the three matches. The West Indies, on the other hand, have found stability in the middle overs with Nicholas Pooran and Rovman Powell. Yet, they eagerly await better contributions from their top order, including Shimron Hetmyer.
A potential historic moment hangs in the balance for the West Indies. If they secure victory in this match, it would mark their first bilateral series win against India in any format since 2006, provided they win more than one match. However, the unpredictability of weather might play a significant role in shaping the outcome.
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