The forecast of India vs AUS clash looks gloomy, here’s what Will happen if the match is washed out

As the T20 World Cup 2024 gets ready for the big match between India and Australia, many factors other than just batting and bowling could affect the outcome for both teams. India is almost certain to reach the semi-finals, but Australia’s chances are uncertain due to their surprising loss to Afghanistan in their last game. On Monday, when Australia tries to stay in the competition, bad weather might ruin their strategy and lead to their exit from the tournament.

Accuweather says that it will rain a lot in the city all day on June 24. There will probably be showers before the India vs Australia game starts at 10:30 AM local time. Even after the game begins, the rain is likely to continue, making it very possible that the game will be canceled.

The weather prediction shows a very rainy day, with a 70% chance of rain. The India vs Australia game probably won’t be a full 40-over match. It’s most likely that the game will be shortened or completely canceled due to the rain.

India vs Australia Hourly Weather Report, St. Lucia:

9:00 AM (6:30 PM IST) – 64 % chance of rain

10:00 AM (7:30 PM IST) – 40 % chance of rain

11:00 AM (8:30 PM IST) – 34 % chance of rain

12:00 PM (9:30 PM IST) – 37 % chance of rain

1:00 PM (10:30 PM IST) – 47 % chance of rain

2:00 PM (11:30 PM IST) – 51 % chance of rain

3:00 PM (7:30 PM IST) – 51 % chance of rain

What will happen if the match gets washed out?

In Group 1 of the Super 8s in the T20 World Cup, all four teams still have a chance to advance. India is in the best position with a perfect record and a high Net Run Rate of +2.425. Australia follows with 1 win in 2 games and an NRR of +0.233. Afghanistan and Bangladesh are also in the mix, with NRRs of -0.65 and -2.489, respectively.

If the India vs Australia game gets completely rained out, both teams would get one point each. This would secure India’s spot in the semi-finals. Australia’s fate would then depend on the Afghanistan vs Bangladesh match. If Bangladesh wins, Australia moves on. However, if Afghanistan wins, Australia would be eliminated from the semi-finals race.

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