Guyana Weather: India vs. England T20 World Cup Semi-Final at Risk Due to Passing Showers

Guyana Weather: India vs. England T20 World Cup Semi-Final at Risk Due to Passing Showers

Team India faces England in the T20 World Cup semi-final in Guyana, with weather forecasts predicting possible rain disruptions. No reserve day is planned, but extra playing time is available.

Bollywood Fever: Team India is set to take on England in the 2nd semi-final of the ongoing T20 World Cup 2024 at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Thursday. However, there is a possibility that passing showers might hamper this highly anticipated clash through Thursday morning, as per the local time in Guyana.

UPDATE: As of 18:50 IST It has started to rain and the covers are back in place. The forecast was for some showers during mid-day, but we could have a delayed toss. It’s just a thin drizzle and the teams continue with their warm-up. The rain has got heavier now and the teams are back into the shed


“Intervals of clouds and sunshine with a couple of showers, mainly early in the day,” predicts the Accuweather app for Thursday morning (West Indies time).

The semi-final match between India and England does not have a reserved day on Friday. Instead, there are an additional 250 minutes of playing time available in case of rain at the venue. If the match in Guyana is washed out, India will advance to the final, surpassing England.

Guyana Weather: India vs. England T20 World Cup Semi-Final at Risk Due to Passing Showers

The pitch at Providence Stadium is expected to be favorable for spin. As the match is scheduled during the day, the wicket is likely to get slower as the game progresses. This condition will make scoring in the Powerplay crucial since the ball will get older and batters might find it challenging to execute power hitting and strike rotation in the middle overs. However, if rain interrupts the game, the pitch might get damp, potentially making batting easier as the match progresses.

Cricket fans are eagerly waiting to see how the weather and pitch conditions will influence this crucial semi-final showdown between two cricketing giants.

Covers are still on the field

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