Rain Threatens Another IND vs PAK Asia Cup Super Four Washout

Rain Threatens Another IND vs PAK Asia Cup Super Four Washout: Almost every match in Sri Lanka for the current Asia Cup has been impacted by rain, which has been a major role in the tournament. However, India and Pakistan appear to be the most impacted since Sunday’s Super 4 match between the bitter rivals was postponed until Monday due to heavy rains in Colombo.

The last meeting between the two, which took place during the group stages, had failed owing to a same issue. The second inning was a total washout, leaving only one to be played. On Sunday, rain was initially expected to cause disruptions, but surprise, the match began in bright and sunny weather, giving fans optimism for a full 50-over play.

IND vs PAK Asia Cup Super Four rain

However, a heavy downpour that began right in the middle of India’s innings. Who had been given the opportunity to bat by Pakistan—caused play to be abandoned. Virat Kohli and KL Rahul will pick up where they left off on Monday, at 147/2 in 24.1 overs, to carry on with the game. The game will continue to be a 50-over-a-side battle. But before we get too enthusiastic, it’s expected that rain will once again dominate the India vs. Pakistan match on the next day.

The weather doesn’t seem good, and another washout between the two sides is most probable due to the rain. Around 5 o’clock in Colombo, there is a possibility of 80% rainfall, according to Weather Reports. On the other side, the action picks back up at 3:00 PM local time.

According to Weather.com’s hourly weather prediction, the likelihood of rain never falls below 70% after 3 PM. The biggest likelihood of pelting, according to the research, occurs about 5:30 in the evening.

Where is IND vs PAK standing right now?

If Pakistan, who has previously triumphed in a Super 4 match, must split the spoils once more. It will be a big blow to India. Pakistan is in first place with a net run-rate of +1.051 after defeating Bangladesh in the Super 4 stage. In contrast, India is playing its first Super 4 game and would like to get off to a good start. Especially following the start that Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill gave them. Each batsman scored a half-century, smashing their respective totals, and put up 121 runs for the first wicket.

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