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6/18/21

Southampton receives light to moderate rain for five days during India-New Zealand Test match

WTC Final Weather Update: 



Megharaja will also be playing in the field during the WTC final. (File image)

If the match is drawn or tied, both the teams will be declared joint winners



The battle between India and New Zealand begins today (June 18) in Southampton. The match is being watched by cricket fans all over the world, but it is slowly raining here. There is a good chance that rain will disrupt this match. According to the meteorological department, heavy to very heavy rains have been forecast for all the five days. If the match is drawn or tied, both teams will be declared joint winners.

The weather plays an important role in any match we play in England. Because we all know that English condition is fickle. The rain gods can also come down to the cricket ground here at any time. If this happens then players along with cricket fans may also face many difficulties in getting grip in the match. So let's take a look at the weather forecast for five days in Southampton during the final match of the World Test Championship .....

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Day 1 - The
first day of June 18 in Southampton with cloudy weather it may rain slowly. The temperature can stay at 17 degrees on this day. During the match on June 18, there will be intermittent rain and sometimes torrential rain. This may result in cuts in some overs.

Day 2 - June 19 The
next day the weather conditions will gradually improve. Cloudy weather is expected on this day though. On June 19, experts said there could be less rain. However, we all know that the English condition is fickle. Even the rain gods can come on the cricket field here at any time.


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Day 3- 20th June
Heavy rain is expected on the third day with hurricane conditions. Even on the third day it may be the turn to lose some overs amidst the rain disruption. Fast bowlers can get a lot of help from the pitch as a result of the wind blowing on the third day.

Day 4 - June 21
The fourth day of the WTC will be partly cloudy. It is very unlikely to rain on this day. But the cloudy weather could provide pitch support to the fast bowler even on the fourth day. If this is the case then maybe this is the day to go. Batting can be very difficult.


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Day 5 - June 22 On
the fifth day of the match, the sky will be surrounded by rain clouds. According to the weather forecast, heavy rain is expected in the morning and afternoon on this day. If such weather prevails, it may be time to lose most of the overs on this day. In the afternoon the rain will stop and the sky will be clear. The bowlers can get more help even on this day as there is moisture in the pitch.

Reserve Day, Day 6- June
23 Out of all these five days, the weather will be clear on June 23. Not only that, there will be no rain for 7 consecutive days after June 22. This day will also be interesting for cricket fans.

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According to Team India's Playing-11 Public
ICC rules, if the match is a draw or a tie, both the teams will be declared joint winners. The Indian team has announced playing-11 for this match. Under Virat Kohli's captaincy, the Indian team will field with 2 spinners and 3 fast bowlers.

While Ashwin and Jadeja will be in charge of the spin department, Jaspreet Bumrah, Mohammad Shami and Ishant Sharma will be in charge of pace bowling. Rohit Sharma and Shubhaman Gill will open.


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Indian
team : Virat Kohli (captain), Rohit Sharma, Shubhaman Gill, Cheteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, Rushabh Pant, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ishant Sharma, Mohammad Shami and Jaspreet Bumrah.

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