ICC World Cup 2019: Match 22, India vs Pakistan – Live Weather Forecast
ICC World Cup 2019: Match 22, India vs Pakistan – Live Weather Forecast; As India and Pakistan gear up to meet for the 7th time in World Cup history, the anticipation surrounding the match could boost the viewership numbers to a never-seen-before high. Meanwhile, the Rain-god has got other ideas for the highly anticipated clash.
The rain has been the major talking point in the second week of ICC Cricket World Cup in England. On Thursday, the big-ticket match between India and New Zealand was abandoned without a ball being bowled in Nottingham due to rain.
India vs Pakistan – Live Weather Forecast- It is raining at Manchester at 1:45 PM
Firstly, at least a billion people are expected to be glad that the weather forecast is promising. Or let’s say not too threatening. None would be happier than the Indian team, for multiple reasons. They saw their last game being washed out, and have not played for a week. They’ll be itching to play some cricket. After all, that’s what they are in England for.
Coming to the weather part, the intermittent rain expected in Manchester. It has got gloomy as well at Old Trafford. Full game unlikely.
The weather at Manchester is improving – From predictions of the shower, it has gone to partly cloudy and we could get a full game today. That’s good news.
But, then came the sad news, as it started drizzling again.
Currently at 1:45 PM IST, the latest update is it is raining at the venue after being bright and sunny in the morning, reports Cricket Country’s correspondent Aditya Bhattacharya from Manchester.
— Met Office (@metoffice) June 16, 2019
They have been relentless and weather prediction for Sunday. According to BBC: The possibility of rain varies from (10 to 40) % from 10 AM to 6 PM. A full washout looks unlikely but the match is expected to be interrupted by some brief spells of showers in the afternoon. Let’s hope weather gods show some mercy today and we get a full 100-over
At 6:15 PM IST:
After the completion of 46.4 overs in the first innings of the Indian team, the rain once again welcomed the fans of India and Pakistan by halting the game. With the dark clouds around, one could see a long wait.
However, there is a 75-minute time in the game in order to start losing overs in the match.
— Chetan Narula (@chetannarula) June 16, 2019
At 6:37 PM IST:
Dramatically, the rain went back and it got brighter in the middle of Manchester. Probably, the game would start within no time once the groundsman gives the green signal.
At 11:10 PM IST:
UPDATE: Play has stopped due to rain. The covers are back on. Here’s the DLS scenario in case the match doesn’t resume.
At 6:37 PM IST:
— Rajneesh Gupta (@rgcricket) June 16, 2019
There will be a restart at Old Trafford!
— ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) June 16, 2019
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