India vs Pakistan, New York weather update: ‘Intermittent clouds’ forecast during the big T20 World Cup game in NY | Cricket News

From ‘intermittent’ to ‘mostly’ cloudy with thunderstorms, the skies over the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York on Sunday morning are expected to be slightly overcast, but the fans and organisers are hopeful that the biggest game of this T20 World Cup, India vs Pakistan, will be spared by the rain gods.
The two archrivals will meet in a Group A match of the tournament, with Pakistan desperately requiring a win to overcome the shock defeat against co-hosts USA in their opening game.

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While the up-and-down nature of the drop-in pitch at the Nassau stadium continues to invite criticism, fans will hope that rain doesn’t dampen affairs further.
According to, the temperatures are going to remain in the early 20s, but 10:30 am (local time) start may face cloudy conditions and some chance of rain and thunderstorm in the first innings of the match.

Considering that possibility, the team winning the toss will be inclined to bowl first, keeping in mind the tricky pitch and a rain-marred game bringing DLS method into play.
In the two matches playes at the venue so far, teams batting first have failed to reach the 100-run mark. Sri Lanka were bowled out fof 77 by South Afrifa and Ireland were dismissed for 96 by India.


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