IND Vs PAK (Reserve Day) Weather Forecast and Stadium Report for R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
ind vs pak: The first day of the India-Pakistan match was washed out due to rain. Fortunately, this time we have a spare day (today). But the sad part of the story is that the weather forecast for September 11 (today) is worse than yesterday’s forecast, as there are more chances of rain. This post will guide you through the IND vs PAK (Reserve Day) weather forecast and pitch report for R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo.
Going into the scheduled IND vs PAK Asia Cup 2023 Super 4s match, only 24.1 overs could be played in the match before play was suspended due to rain. Although the groundskeepers were quick to cover the center square and the 22-yard area, it was raining so hard that it only took a few seconds for water to begin to accumulate on the pitch.
The rain stopped within an hour but the amount of water falling made it a real challenge to clean up. The mid-wicket yard was wet and it took almost two hours to clean but the umpires were still not satisfied and decided to cancel the first day of the IND vs PAK match.
Before all that, Pakistan won the toss and invited India to bat first and Babar mentioned that there is moisture in the pitch and they would like to take advantage of it in the attack. The Indian top order was very cautious this time and cautiously cut into Pakistan’s bowling arsenal. Both Rohit and Gill batted like a monster and played at a strike rate of 110.
Pakistan fast bowler Shaheen Shah got 31 runs in his first 3 overs. Shadab Khan broke the 121-run opening stand and dismissed Rohit on 56 (49). In his second period, he quickly got rid of Shubman Gill at the age of 58 (52). Pakistan came back and were now in attacking mode but Virat and Rahul showed strong defense and did not lose a single wicket. India are 147-2 at 24.1 overs and will resume play from here today.
But today’s weather also doesn’t look promising. Below is the IND vs PAK (Reserve Day) weather forecast and pitch report for R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo:
IND vs PAK weather forecast
IND vs. PAK | The reserve day of the second match of the 2023 AFC Asian Cup Super 4 will be held on September 10 (Monday) at R Premadasa Stadium, Sri Lanka. The play begins at 3:00 PM EST.
According to Weather.com, once again, it’s a rainy day in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Thunderstorms are expected throughout the day, with a high chance of rain. Nothing is better than yesterday, but worse. The temperature in Colombo, Lanka will remain at 27°C until the evening and drop by a degree or two (26°C) at night.
Rain chances are on the higher side. There is approximately an 80% chance of rain at the beginning of the play, and this rain increases as you move forward. Humidity is also in the upper range of around 85%+. The wind blows southwesterly at a speed of 20 kilometers per hour during the day and 15 kilometers per hour during the night.
There is a very good possibility that it will rain cats and dogs in Colombo today as well on the reserve day for this match. However, hopefully a complete 50-50 action can be played out and we get the result of the match.
From 10:00 AM, The sun is there in Colombo.
IND vs PAK Stadium Report on R. Premadasa Stadium
The R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo is widely known to benefit the players greatly, but so far in this match, the Pakistani players have not come off the surface much. The average score on this pitch is around 250 and India is already approaching 150 at the half mark, so today’s batsmen will try to be patient in the first innings.
In Colombo, there is an 80% chance of rain, but despite this, the surface often starts out slow before flattening out and speculators take advantage. India batted first and the pitch showed a glimpse of late swing. Bumrah was very excited to get the ball in his hands.
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