After registering a big win of 228 runs over Pakistan, the Indian cricket team is now going to face Sri Lanka. There is an important match between India and Sri Lanka on Tuesday (12 September) in the Super 4 of Asia Cup. This match is important for India because after winning this match, Team India will get the ticket for the final of the tournament, but this match is also under clouds of crisis. Let us tell you what the weather will be like in Colombo, Sri Lanka today.
Let us tell you that it has been raining continuously in Colombo for the last few days. The match between India and Pakistan also ended on the reserve day. The match between India and Sri Lanka is to be played today at Premadasa Stadium in Colombo from 3 pm, but there is a possibility of rain in Colombo even today. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of 84 percent rain in Colombo on Tuesday. In such a situation, this match may also fall victim to rain.
According to the Meteorological Department, Tuesday has started with rain in Colombo. It is currently raining lightly at some places in Colombo. The weather is likely to remain similar till afternoon also. In such a situation, the question is whether this Super 4 match between India and Sri Lanka will be possible or not.
Victory over Sri Lanka will give India a ticket to the final
India has registered a big win of 228 runs against Pakistan in Super 4, after which the morale of Rohit and Company is high, but Team India faces the challenge of the current Asian champion Sri Lanka. Victory in this match will give India a ticket to the final of Asia Cup. In such a situation, Team India will give its all in this match. Let us tell you that till now all the matches of the Indian team in the Asia Cup have been affected by rain. Rain has disrupted both the India-Pakistan matches, which has spoiled the fun of the fans. A reserve day was kept for the India-Pakistan Super 4 match, but there is no such arrangement for the India-Sri Lanka match.
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