IND vs PAK Colombo Weather Update : After the group match played in Kandy in Asia Cup 2023 was washed out due to rain, the teams of arch rivals India and Pakistan will once again face each other on Sunday. This time the Super-4 between the two teams will be played at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. Today all eyes will be on the weather in Colombo. The Asian Cricket Council is also very worried about the rain. For this reason, a reserve day has been kept for this great match. Before the match, let us know what is the latest update regarding the weather in Colombo today? Will the match be played in full or will it go to the reserve day?
How is the weather in Colombo today?
According to the latest report of Weather.com, there are 80 to 90 percent chances of heavy rain in Colombo today on September 10. The day will start with 100 percent and there is also a possibility of thunder storm. The rain will reduce as the day progresses. However, there is again about 80 percent chance of rain at the time of the match. Not only this, at the time of the start of the match, winds can also blow at a speed of 15 to 20 km per hour. In such a situation, once again fans may have to be disappointed.
ACC had already declared reserve day
Let us tell you that the Asian Cricket Council had already announced a reserve day in view of the possibility of rain on the day of the India-Pakistan match. According to ACC, if there is rain during the match today, then the match will be started from there on reserve day tomorrow on 11th September. What remains to be seen today will be whether the match starts or not and even if it does start, how much is played.
There is a possibility of heavy rain even on reserve day
Let us tell you here that if the entire day’s play is washed out today, it will not be possible to complete the match on the reserve day. Because there is a possibility of heavy rain on September 11 also. Now it remains to be seen whether the result of this match will be achieved or not.
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