On Day 3 of the rescheduled fifth test between India and England, a weather update
So Rain disrupted the first two days of the current Test between India and England. It will be interesting to watch if it has any impact on play on Day 3 or not.
The visitors are now in control of the fifth and final Test match between India and England at Edgbaston, Birmingham. The Jasprit Bumrah-led team scored 416 runs before being bowled out, and on Day 2, Stumps reduced England to 84/5 in 27 overs. While the play was hampered by the rain on the first day. A similar fate befell it on the second day as well, with the play being halted three times on Saturday to the dismay of the fans.
It would be interesting to watch whether rain delays occur on the third day after the weather ruined the first two days of the event. According to Accuweather, there is a risk of rain on Day 3, which could make the game halt and start.
When play on Day 3 begins, AccuWeather predicts that it will be cloudy for the first hour and a half. In the meanwhile, rain is possible within the next hour. While the clouds are predicted to hang around until Sunday’s completion of play. The sun is predicted to break out in the afternoon. Although the day’s average temperature is predicted to be around 20, there is a 65% probability of rain.
As for the match, India has kept England on their toes despite the fact that the hosts still trail them by 332 runs. So on their respective Sunday scores of 12 not out and 0 not out, Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes will continue.
Jasprit Bumrah took three wickets for India, and Mohammed Shami and Mohammed Siraj took the final two England victims on Day 2.
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