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Who will win the first test, India-South Africa or ‘Rain’, how is the weather of Centurion today?

The first Test has reached an exciting juncture. Today ie Thursday is the last day of the game. Where South Africa needs 211 runs to win, on the other hand the Indian team will win the match after taking six wickets. This will be the first time in the history of cricket that the Indian team has won a Test match in Centurion. Apart from these two teams, there is also an ‘invisible force’ in the match, which no one might want to see winning.

rain forecast

Today the weather in Centurion could be bad. Not good news for India. According to the report of Accuweather.com, which forecasts the weather, there is a possibility of rain for two hours on December 30. The sky will be cloudy. Also, there is a possibility of lightning strike. The temperature will be 28 degree Celsius.

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The second day’s play was canceled
The game was called off without a ball being bowled on Monday due to incessant rain since morning. It was raining lightly since morning but by afternoon it started raining heavily. Twice it stopped raining and the umpires decided to observe, but on both occasions it started raining just before the time of inspection and was postponed by the umpires. India were 272 for three at the end of the first day’s play.

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India’s chances of victory are high
At present, South Africa’s score is 94 runs for the loss of four wickets. It is difficult for South Africa to return from here. The wicket is not easy to bat. There is uneven bounce on the pitch. Jasprit Bumrah is bowling especially amazing. His length is amazing and the line is accurate. Along with this, Mohammed Shami and Mohammad Siraj are also using the length properly. At the end of the day, a bouncy ball from Shardul Thakur troubled Elgar a bit but he somehow managed himself.


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