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IND vs AUS T20, Nagpur Weather: Will rain become a hindrance in the second T20? Know how the weather of Nagpur will be

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Rain can become a hindrance during the match between India and Australia. The chances of rain during the match are high, but the chances of the entire game being washed out are slim.

The second match of the T20 series between India and Australia is at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur. Australia defeated India by four wickets in the first match of the series and took a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. Now Rohit Sharma’s team is desperate to level the series. However, rain can ruin the dreams of Team India. It is raining continuously all over the country and alert has also been issued in many places including the national capital Delhi. There is also a possibility of rain during the match in Nagpur.

There is a possibility of rain during the match between India and Australia, but there is little chance of the entire match being washed away. A few overs of play may be spoiled due to rain, but the result of the match is likely to be out.

How will the weather be?

The temperature of Nagpur will remain close to 28 degrees during the match. It can rain during the match as well. There is a 65 percent chance of rain in Nagpur on Friday. At the same time, the wind speed will be 15 kmph. The humidity in the air during the match will be around 78 percent. The players will not have problems with the heat. However, the match may be interrupted due to rain. 

The pitch will help spin bowlers

The Nagpur pitch helps spin bowlers, but fast bowlers can also take advantage of the situation when it rains. Due to the rain, dew is sure to come. So the team winning the toss would prefer to bowl first. The team bowling later will also have trouble in fielding and swinging the wet ball is also difficult. In such a situation, the team winning the toss can once again win the match. The same thing happened in the first match as well. Batting first, India had scored over 200 runs, but Australia easily chased down the target and won the match.

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