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IND vs ENG, Weather Report and Rain Prediction, Pitch Report of Providence Stadium, Guyana for India vs England Semifinal 2 | ICC T20 World Cup 2024

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The weather signs are not as what fans and players would have expected as there are heavy chances of rain during the match hours in Guyana.

IND vs ENG Semifinal 2: The defending Champions England and the Challengers India are all set to lock horns in the second semifinal of the ICC T20 World Cup 2024. The weather signs are not as what fans and players would have expected as there are heavy chances of rain during the match hours in Guyana. This post will lead you through the IND vs ENG weather forecast, Rain Prediction of Guyana, and Pitch report of Providence Stadium, Guyana.

India have come through three straight wins in Group Stage and they they remained undefeated in the SUPER Eights which led them to the stage of the Semifinal 2 of the ICC T20 World Cup 2024.

Team India 2024
Team India 2024 (Image source @X)

England, on the other hand, lost their second match, while their first game was washed out in the group stage. They made a pretty good recovery and qualified for the SUPER Eights with 2 wins and a draw. However, they got an upsetting welcome from South Africa in the first game of the Super 8. Nevertheless, they managed to win the other two matches and they are playing India in the Semifinal 2 of ICC T20 World Cup 2024.

England are playing in the semifinals but we have yet to see a complete team performance from them. There have been moments when England’s batting did a decent job but bowling disappointed and vice versa. They would definitely be aiming for a complete team performance in the eliminator round.

England Team 2024
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The first Semifinal has a reserve day but the second Semifinal doesn’t have the facility and what makes it worse is the possibility of rain within the match hours. CLICK HERE to know what would happen if Semifinal 2 Gets Washed away.

Let’s take a look at the IND vs ENG weather forecast, Rain Prediction of Guyana, and Pitch report of Providence Stadium, Guyana:

IND vs ENG Match Details

SeriesICC T20 World Cup 2024

Match: India vs England, Semifinal 2

Day/Date: Thursday/27th June 2024 (IST)

Time: 08:00 PM IST (10:30 PM local)

Venue: Providence Stadium, Guyana

IND vs ENG: Weather Report of Guyana

IND vs ENG: Weather Report of Guyana
IND vs ENG: Weather Report of Guyana

The weather forecast for Thursday, June 27th, predicts overcast skies, rain, and high humidity for the India vs. England matchday. There is a significant likelihood of rainfall in Guyana during the match hours. Temperatures are expected to reach a high of 30°C during the day and drop to a low of 29°C in the morning and at night.

During the match, humidity is anticipated to fluctuate between 70-80%, and winds are expected to gust from the Northeast at speeds exceeding 15 km/h.

IND vs ENG Rain Prediction

An overcast day is expected in Guyana, with a high likelihood of rain during the daytime. There is approximately an 80% chance of rain in the afternoon and during the match hours. According to weather.com, the weather forecast for the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 match between India and England predicts overcast, rainy, and windy conditions.

PROVIDENCE STADIUM, GUYANA PITCH REPORT

Historically, the pitch has favored spinners, with teams batting first winning three out of the five matches at this venue during this World Cup. However, this advantage is marginal.

India boasts quality spinners, but England is equally formidable in this regard. Given that this will be a morning match, the team that wins the toss would benefit from batting first.

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