On Sunday, the T20 World Cup 2022 began with Sri Lanka taking on Namibia in the opening match. But for Indian supporters, the tournament actually starts in a week from tomorrow when India faces Pakistan in a tense matchup the following Sunday. Early reports from the location, however, indicate that spectators and cricket fanatics may wind up being dissatisfied. The T20 World Cup match between India and Pakistan is threatened by cancellation clouds. The preliminary weather prediction for October 23 points to a chilly, rainy day with showers. The match will be played in the evening, when there is a 60% probability of rain and a 70% chance of rain during the day. In response to the awful news, cricket fans have been praying for the rain gods to have compassion on the day. A match cancellation would be a poor outcome for both teams. Some Indian supporters have also wondered whether a washout will benefit India. During the meantime, the Indian team arrived in Brisbane from Perth on Saturday morning in preparation for the next round of warm up matches against Australia and New Zealand, which will be held on October 17 and 19.It was also Mohammed Shami, who was expected to replace Jasprit Bumrah, who arrived in Brisbane on Sunday in order to be with his teammates. The chances of winning the match are in favor of the Indians so far with 63 percent of them winning the match compared to 37 percent for Pakistan during the same period.
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One of the biggest matches in the 2022 T20 World Cup is threatened by rain. Yes, the India vs. Pakistan game scheduled for October 23 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is in the news (Sunday). Weather predictions indicate that there is a 65% possibility of rain in Melbourne on Sunday, which could have an impact on the impending match between the bitter rivals. This implies that both parties may need to strategize and get ready for the worst-case scenario.
For the following two days, no rain is predicted, per Accuweather. Melbourne may have some drizzle on Thursday night, despite there being little possibility of rain on Wednesday, October 19. But over the following three days, rain is anticipated to be felt. There is a 96% likelihood that it will rain on Friday, October 21 and that it will continue to rain on Saturday, October 22. (Saturday). On October 23, there is also a chance of significant rains in the city (Sunday). Additionally, the report states that there will be a complete cloud cover, which would enable seamers to take advantage of the Melbourne track's swing and seam.
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In the meantime, India captain Rohit Sharma recently disclosed that he has already chosen the playing XI for their tournament opener against Pakistan and that all of the players have been informed about it to prepare accordingly. "I don't think about decisions at the last minute. We want to notify our kids about team selection so they can start preparing early. My starting selection for the game against Pakistan has already been decided. Those participants are already aware. I'm not a fan of last-minute decisions. I want them to get ready well," Rohit stated at a press conference prior to the T20 World Cup.
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