The weather in Melbourne is expected to improve ahead of the Pakistan-India match at the 2022 T20 World Cup tomorrow.
While India and Pakistan prepare to square off in their first T20 World Cup 2022 match, the weather at Melbourne Cricket Ground will play a significant role.
This match, like any other India-Pakistan match, has captivated the attention of millions around the world, and fans have expressed disappointment over the expected bad weather in Melbourne.
Despite its unpredictability, the weather forecast has recently shifted to the better end of the spectrum.
The chances of rain on Sunday have dropped from 80% to 23% in a matter of minutes, according to the most recent weather report.
As a result, live action at the MCG is expected tomorrow with little interference from bad weather.
India and Pakistan will start their T20 World Cup campaigns tomorrow at 1:00 PM Pakistan Standard Time at the MCG.
The rest of Saturday’s forecast shows only a slight chance of rain. According to the ICC rules and regulations, a match must consist of at least five overs per side.
It should be noted that there are no reserve days for group-stage matches, so in the event of a tie, both teams will receive equal points.
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