IPL 2019 Final: Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings – Weather Report
So, we’re just six hours away from the IPL 2019 final – Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings. It’s going to be altogether a battle for glory. Well, both teams have had clinched three IPL titles each, thus far. However, the teams laced with high-quality players, it could turn out to be an entertaining Sunday. Before the game, the weather report has been something many have had been keen to have a look at.
Anyway, it’s also going to be the night for ecstatic and sad faces, too.
Earlier, in the group stage fixtures, Indians finished on the top of the table with nine wins in 14 matches to finish with 18 points. On the other hand, Chennai managed to win nine to bag 18 points while finishing second on the list owing to a better net run-rate than Delhi Capitals (DC).
Overall, both teams have played their A game in a bid to continue their domination in the cash-rich league.
With the temperature soaring to 39 degree Celsius during a day, it will further give respite to the fans and players at the game time. The temperature will dip to 29-degree centigrade, but the humidity will give a tough time to the professionals on the field.
The minimum temperature will be 26-degree Celsius with the wind blowing at six kph.
Following scattered thunderstorms during a day, it is going to be an entire 40-over game. So, the weather is not going to rob them off.
With humidity reading 56 per cent it is going to be an uphill task for the bowlers to make their efforts count
IPL 2019 Final: Here’s the detailed weather report in the picture:
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