Overcast skies in Adelaide after last night’s rain
India will face England in their second semi-final match at the Adelaide Oval, but there is a problem: It was raining in Adelaide. In fact, it rained at night, and even now, the city is under a blanket of thick clouds. Back to the semi-finals, India England will compete for a place in the final as Pakistan awaits them. Earlier Pakistan beat New Zealand to enter the final, and now all eyes are on the two best teams of the modern era who will battle it out provided the weather is clean and clear.
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What’s the weather like in Adelaide?
not good. The city has cloudy conditions after it rains all night. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology said there are chances of morning rain in Adelaide while the match will begin at 6.30pm local time. “Partly cloudy. Medium chance (40 percent) of rain in the morning. Possibility of a thunderstorm in the early morning. Northwesterly winds 15 to 20 km/h shifting to SW 15 to 25 km/h in the late afternoon” , says the office on its website.
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However, the chances of washing out seem slim since there is already a spare day. So if a match goes away, the game will resume on the reserved day – which is tomorrow. If it is washed away tomorrow as well, the team with the highest rating will go into it. In this case, India will be at the top of their group while England will be second in their group.
While India has not experienced any corruption, England has. Their decisive confrontation against Australia was eliminated.
India prepares to break the knockout blow
Just two steps away from ultimate glory, India can’t go wrong with facing formidable England on the tough Adelaide oval track in Thursday’s T20 World Cup semi-final.
While India has fared better in the group stage than England, the stakes are high, a winner-takes-all competition like this always starts out in equal measure.
England’s multi-level boss Ben Stokes has already admitted that they haven’t played their best cricket and the Indian team needs to make sure Gus Butler and Stokes don’t pick himself up for the semi-finals to put their A-game ahead.
History is also a bit against India when it comes to the results at the business end of the ICC events.
After 2013, Indian teams struggled to cross the last two hurdles on multiple occasions – 2014 T20 World Cup Final, 2016 T20 World Cup semi-finals, 2017 Champions Cup final and 2019 ODI World Cup semi-finals.
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