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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 IND vs PAK Match likely to be affected by rain

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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 IND vs PAK Match likely to be affected by rain

 

The UK’s weather is more predictable than New Zealand’s and that does not bode well with more rain forecast to hit the wettest Cricket World cup in history.

India vs Pakistan is set to be affected by poor weather as rain is predicted at Old Trafford, Manchester on Sunday.

The weather will turn warmer and brighter through the weekend with the return of some sunshine. Very welcome after what has been a dull and wet week, as per British Met Official.

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There will be some sunny spells each day , but there will also be chance of showers too, the BBC Weather forecast.

As per Weather.com predicted cloudy weather periods of light rain in the morning.  Steady light rain in the evening and shower continuing till late at night.

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Ongoing World Cups has become the most rain affected World Cup in the history of the sport, with four matches already being abandoned due to bad weather.

The match is likely to start on time as there is only 20% chance of rain at 10 AM local time in Manchester when the toss is scheduled to take place. United Kingdom’s MET suggests that there is a 50% chance of rain at around 1PM. Situation does not improve after that as the possibility of rain going below 40% is predicted only after 7PM.

India has an upper hand over Pakistan in World Cups, with 100% win record. Here are the Head to Head results

  • 1992, Sydney: India beats Pakistan by 43 runs
  • 1996, Bangalore: India beats Pakistan by 39 runs
  • 1999, Manchester: India beats Pakistan by 47 runs
  • 2003, Centurion: Pakistan lost to India by six wickets
  • 2011, Mohali: India beats Pakistan by 29 runs
  • 2015, Adelaide: India beats Pakistan by 76 runs

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