Weather Report: Rain Might Play Spoilsport Over Fourth ODI
Rain has been a cause of concern for India vs Australia series since the beginning. The first game at Chennai was the most affected game after Australian innings was reduced to 21 overs.
The rain gods have also shown their presence in Kolkata during the second ODI but only for a short period much to the respite of the cricket fans. Before the game, however, both the teams were forced to practice indoors.
Same happened at Indore, although no rain played a part in the match as India cruised to the win and comprehensively clinched the series. However, once again weather remains the biggest problem for fourth ODI at Bengaluru.
As per the weather reports, the city will start receiving massive rains on Tuesday for about 24 to 48 hours. This could endanger the game which is to be played on Thursday at Chinnaswamy Stadium.
However, Chinnaswamy stadium is arguably equipped with the latest technologies and a world class drainage system which could help the match to get underway very quickly once the rain stops.
The SubAir system present at the stadium could get the entire outfield dried up in 10 to 15 minutes in the best scenario which would waste no time for the teams to play the game.
India already has an unassailable 3-0 lead in the series, and it looks like rain remains to be the biggest factor from stopping Men in Blue to make it 5-0 than the Aussie team.
The visitors have looked below par throughout the series, and their abysmal decisions at crucial junctures in the game have been the difference between the two sides. India are already on a nine-game winning streak, and they will surely hope that rain stays away for Thursday.
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