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The stage is set as India will take on England in the second semi-final of the T20 World Cup 2022 on Thursday. However, will the weather in Adelaide be favourable for both teams and their fans?
Will the weather be favourable in Adelaide? (Courtesy: AP)
By India Today Web Desk: Adelaide is all set to be the host for the second semi-final between India and England on Thursday with a spot in the summit clash up for grabs against Pakistan at the Adelaide Oval.
Both teams come into the clash with some good momentum on their side and star players returning to form will be a relief for both India and England.
Rohit Sharma and his men are most probably going to continue with the same winning combination, but Jos Buttler and the England management have a few decisions to make.
The fitness of both Dawid Malan and Mark Wood is a cause for concern at the moment and both men could get replaced by Phil Salt and Chris Jordan for the semi-final clash on Thursday.
With the match having all the ingredients for an edge-of-the-seat thriller, will the weather in Adelaide be kind to the teams and their fans?
As of now, the Bukkry.com”>News is positive, as the weather forecast in Adelaide shows that there is a negligible chance of rain. According to the Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, the chance of rain is just 10% at the moment despite being cloudy.
“Partly cloudy. Winds westerly 15 to 25 km/h turning southwesterly in the late afternoon,” read the statement on the website.
The match is expected to start at 6:30 PM local time in Adelaide and according to Accuweather, the chances of rain at that time is little. The cloud cover will be high during the start of the match and will decrease as we progress into the night. The humidity is expected to remain high throughout the game, going all the way up to 81%.
The temperature at the beginning of the game is 20 degrees celsius and will drop down to 16 degrees celsius around 11 PM.
With the stakes high and the weather also favorable, the fans will be in for a treat on Thursday.