Home Green Sports & Opn Sports M Chinnaswamy Stadium Bengaluru weather forecast 5th IND vs SA T20I

M Chinnaswamy Stadium Bengaluru weather forecast 5th IND vs SA T20I

Today, the fifth T20I of South Africa’s current tour of India will be played at Bengaluru. With the five-match series tied at 2-2, the winner will be decided in a series finale at M Chinnaswamy Stadium. Check Weather in Bengaluru today: M Chinnaswamy Stadium Bengaluru weather forecast 5th IND vs SA T20I.

Bengaluru will host a T20 match for the first time in over 33 months, following hosting an international encounter in the shape of an India-Sri Lanka Test just three months ago. Due to the venue’s lack of ability to hold Indian Premier League or Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy matches during this time, the last T20 to be played there was also an India-South Africa T20I.

India are unlikely to make a change to their playing XI in the last match with the series on the line, having made none so far in the series. Changes, on the other hand, are looming for South Africa because to uncertainty surrounding skipper Temba Bavuma and fast bowler Kagiso Rabada, both of whom are injured.

M Chinnaswamy Stadium Bengaluru weather

Bengaluru is presenting early signals of rain influencing the fifth India versus South Africa T20I on Sunday, which is expected to be the coldest of the five locations for this series being played during a hot wave in India.

There’s a chance of rain tomorrow in Bengaluru, according to AccuWeather’s weather prediction for June 19 in Bengaluru. Rain is expected to fall 51 percent of the time throughout the start of what should be a nice evening in the city.

However, a decrease in the likelihood of rain later in the evening is a positive sign for all stakeholders. Even if rain falls on the Chinnaswamy Stadium during the play, this might indicate a weather-shortened competition with ample time to choose a winner.

Read Also More: Colombo Cricket Stadium ODI records