T20 World Cup 2022: Will Rain Affect India vs Pakistan Mega Clash? Here Is The Latest Weather Update

Melbourne Cricket ground is all set to host the blockbuster match between India and Pakistan where the two teams will look to gain momentum in the ICC men’s T20 World Cup by a win. The two sides met in Asia Cup 2022 for two times where Team India first defeated the men in green in the group match. After this Babar Azam’s team made a strong comeback and beat India to knock them out of the tournament.

On Saturday, the rain continued to be the ultimate threat to both teams. Team India did not have much practice ahead of this super clash and the cricket fans are downcast thinking about the bad weather condition at MCG.

Now, former Indian cricketer and commentator Aakash Chopra has tweeted about the weather in Melbourne. He showed a pic that clearly indicates that the weather has mostly turned out into a cloudy one, where it was almost rainy on Saturday.

Before Sunday, the Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology suggests that there is a 70% possibility of Rain on the match day. The rain is likely to drown the city in the late afternoon and evening. This is exactly the time when the match between India and Pakistan will take place.

Ahead of this mega flash, when Rohit Sharma was asked if the team is ready for the rain delays and for a short match against the Babar’s men, the Indian captain said, “The toss does become a little important. But again, I’ve been hearing about the Melbourne weather for a while now and it keeps changing. You don’t really know what is going to happen tomorrow.

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Rohit Sharma further stated,”The things that are in our control we’ll try and control… We need to come here thinking that it’s a 40-over game. We’ll be ready for that. If the situation demands that it’s a shorter game, we’ll be ready for that as well.”

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