The India-Pakistan T20 World Cup match in Melbourne on October 23 may be jeopardized due to inclement weather. According to the Australian Bureau of Meteorology’s weather forecast, the Melbourne area will be cloudy overall on Sunday, with an 80% chance of showers, most likely in the evening. Cold water appears to be dampening the eagerly anticipated fight.
Even on the previous day, October 22, the Melbourne area has a very high (95%) chance of showers, with the majority of them falling in the morning and afternoon. “A thunderstorm is possible in the morning and afternoon.” “Light winds becoming southwesterly 15 to 25 km/h in the morning, then tending southerly 15 to 20 km/h in the afternoon,” according to the BoM.
Rain has already hampered the tournament, the warm-up game between India and New Zealand was called off before the first ball was bowled. Due to heavy rains, Pakistan’s exhibition match against Afghanistan in Brisbane has been canceled. In fact, rain is expected to fall in Melbourne for the next week, beginning October 21.
There are no reserve days during the group stages, but there are for the semifinals and finals. A match must consist of a minimum of five overs.
Pakistan defeated India by 10 wickets in their final T20 World Cup match in Dubai in 2021. Shaheen Shah Afridi was the standout performer, destroying India’s top order with a barrage of new balls.
According to Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) President Ramiz Raja, an India-Pakistan match is more of a mental contest than a physical one. He claimed that India considered Pakistan to be a more serious cricketing side.
According to Raja, Pakistan was previously the underdog in World Cup matches against India. Despite having far fewer resources than their Indian counterparts, the Pakistan cricket team has received praise from both supporters and detractors for their victory over the “billion-dollar side.”
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