IND Vs SA 2nd T20 Match Weather Forecast Report Today: Two and a half years ago in Guwahati, the T20 match between India and Sri Lanka could not be held due to rain.
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India and South Africa The second match of the T20 series is to be held on Sunday, October 2. Fans are very excited about this match because after two and a half years, cricket has returned to Guwahati again. Earlier in January 2020, the Indian team came here to play the match. However, whatever happened in that match, the same danger is looming this time as well. It is being talked about the weather, which is keeping its eyes on the match to be held on Sunday.
last time it rained villain
Till date only 3 cricket matches have been organized in Guwahati’s Barsapara Cricket Stadium, in which one match could not even start due to rain. Now before the India-South Africa match on Sunday, the clouds in the sky have again put the organizers and fans in the worry of two and a half years ago. All the tickets for this match are already sold out and in such a situation, the fans would like to see the action in any case.
There will be showers on Sunday too
News agency PTI quoted the Regional Meteorological Department as saying that there is a possibility of partly cloudy sky in Guwahati on Sunday. Not only this, there is also a fear that there may be rain on some occasions with strong thunderstorms in the evening. At the same time, the weather information website AccuWeather predicts that rain may occur around 5 pm, while the rest of the time will be cloudy.
Assam Cricket Association in full preparation
This match is to start from 7 pm and in such a situation if it rains around it, then there is a danger of its impact on the match. The organizers, however, said that they have made all arrangements to minimize wastage of time due to rain. The Assam Cricket Association has procured two very light pitch covers from the US. Union secretary Devajit Saikia had said, “These two imported covers will ensure that water or moisture does not enter the pitch.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India would also like that there should not be a situation like Nagpur in the rain situation, where the match could not start on time due to wet ground even after a long time after the rain stopped. That match between India and Australia started with a delay of two and a half hours and only 8-8 overs were played.