IND vs AUS 5th T20I: India sealed the five-match series 3-1 at Raipur the other night with one game to go and today they will look to extend that domination in the bilateral T20I series. India will lock horns against Australia in the 5th T20I at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru and this post will lead you to the IND vs AUS 5th T20I Rain Prediction, Weather Forecast of Bengaluru, and Pitch Report Of M.Chinnaswamy Stadium.
Suryakumar Yadav could have still been feeling the ripples of the final as both sides tried to turn the page quickly and move forward in the hopes of achieving something new. Even Australia saw the absurdity of resuming cricket immediately after such an event. Some of their stars got to rest, as did the BCCI, while others were permitted to return home in the middle of the series.
Although it’s not ideal, Australians Travis Head, Tanveer Sangha, and Matthew Short, in particular, would not be too upset with a turnaround time of less than 48 hours after the last match. Head, who was a member of the 15-man team, Sangha, who was a travelling reserve, and Short, who was a member of the current squad, are the only ones who have been in India from the beginning of the ODI World Cup. They will be eager to return home.
In an attempt to give some worn-out players a respite, Australia has used up to 19 players so far in the series. For the Raipur T20I, they made five changes, but the series could not be leveled by the reinforcements. The spin combination of Axar Patel and Ravi Bishnoi has left the Australian batting defenseless, despite their continuous ability to take the quick bowlers to task.
Regarding the changes in the Indian lineup, Washington Sundar, who will shortly board a flight for the six white-ball matches in South Africa, ought to be given a chance after sitting on the bench for the last four matches. India may also give Shivam Dube, the lone member of the team who hasn’t participated in this series, a chance while they’re at it.
Down below is the IND vs AUS 5th T20I Rain Prediction, Weather Forecast of Bengaluru, and Pitch Report Of M. Chinnaswamy Stadium.
IND vs AUS 5th Weather Forecast
India vs Australia | 5th T20I of Australia tour of India 2023 will take place on 03 December (Sunday) at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru, India. The match begins at 7:00 PM IST.
According to weather.com, it is a cold and humid day with a mostly cloudy sky in Bengaluru city of India. The weather forecast shows a minimal possibility of rain during the game. The temperature of Bengaluru city will stay at just around 23°C for the most part of the day till the evening and drop further to 21°C at night.
There are ~12% chances of rain during the match hours. Humidity is in a higher range, hovering around 80-90%. Winds will gust toward the North at the speed of ~16kmph at night. Almost no rain interruption and we may enjoy a full 40-over game.
IND vs AUS 5th T20I Rain Prediction
There are quite low chances of rain in Bengaluru City of Karnataka. The rain possibility is nearly 12% during the match hours, however, there will be ~80% of the sky covered under clouds. A cool and humid day for India vs Australia is what weather.com predicts.
IND vs AUS 5th T20I Pitch Report
Raipur dampened the run-making with a string of huge scores, but Bengaluru will make bowlers strain and batsmen happy once more. As seen by the victory total—India has won only two of the seven played Twenty20 Internationals at this location—visiting teams with strong batting lineups might potentially come and dominate the hosts.
Given the short boundaries and flat surface, Sunday might very well be another run-fest. Scores above 180 were smashed in nine out of fourteen innings in the IPL this year, and even in the ODI World Cup, hitters relished their time in this environment.
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