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IND vs SA 2nd T20I: Will rain spoil the fun of the match, how will the weather be in Cuttack?


Cuttack: The team of India and South Africa (IND vs SA) is ready for the second match of the T20 series. This match will be played at Barabati Stadium in Cuttack. On Saturday, the players of both the teams practiced fiercely on the field. The Indian team was defeated in the first match of this 5-match series. This is the reason that the second match has become very important for Team India.

How will the weather be?
On Saturday, when the players of both the teams landed on the Cuttack ground to practice, the sky was cloudy. On Sunday also the sky will remain cloudy for the second day. According to the weather report, there is a 22 percent chance of rain at 4 pm. If it rains at that time then it may take time for the match to start. Apart from this, there is no more than 10 percent chance of rain at any time of the day.

not as hot as delhi
When the first match of the T20 series was played between India and South Africa in Delhi, during that time the temperature of Delhi was more than 40 degree Celsius. But the situation in Cuttack is not like this. The maximum temperature of the day will go up to 37 degrees on Sunday. The match will start at 7 pm. At this time the temperature will be around 30 degrees. Along with this, the sky will also remain cloudy.

Scores of less than 100 made twice in two matches
So far two T20 International matches have been played at this ground in Cuttack. India and South Africa met in 2015. In that match, the Indian team was out for just 92 runs. In December 2017, the T20 match between India and Sri Lanka was held here. In that match, the Indian team scored 180 runs, but Sri Lanka’s innings was reduced to just 87 runs. For this reason both the teams will remain alert in this match.



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