IND vs AUS, Day 4 Weather Report: There are chances of rain God-showering waters on Day 4 of the WTC 2023 Final at the Oval in London. As per the weather forecast, Kennington might experience thunderstorms in the afternoon of Day 4 which might halt the game for 2-3 hours. In contrast to the first three days of bright weather, the last two days of the WTC 2023 Final will experience thunderstorms & showers.
As per the complete weather forecast showers are expected on June 10 which might shift the weather in the final two days of the match. On Saturday, a heavy shower is expected with a 70% probability of rain & a 28% chance of thunderstorms. If the forecast turns true then the fixture will be halted for a few hours. The temperature is expected to drop significantly by 70-73% & the sky will be covered in clouds with gloomy conditions.
IND vs AUS WTC Final: India made a comeback with quick dismissals on Day 3
The WTC 2023 Final is becoming a nail-biting affair with both teams trying their best to have an edge over the other. Earlier India was reeling at 151-5 when Ajinkay Rahane & Sharduk Thakur made a stunning comeback for India by stitching a rewarding 109-run stand. Ajinkya Rahane & Shardul Thakur didn’t spare any loose ball by smashing it for a boundary or a maximum. Rahane ended up scoring 89 runs while Shardul Thakur scored 51 runs. The pair needed some luck on their side as Australians were leaving no stone unturned to outclass them from every department. The duo helped India to reduce its margin of the deficit by taking advantage of Australia’s poor fielding efforts. But still, India fell 173 runs less than Australia’s first-innings total.
In the second innings, India’s pacers did a mind bowling job by sending both the openers early in the pavilion. The bowlers were tired but then came Smith (34) & Labuschagne (41*) who put 62 run stand for the second wicket to keep Australia’s scoreboard ticking. When it looked like Smith & Labushcagne would add to India’s misery at that time Ravindra Jadeja struck to dismiss Smith & Head. Australia still has six wickets in hand at the stumps & ultimately their lead has increased to 296 runs. Now the Indian bowlers need to scalp early wickets & wrap up their innings soon so that they don’t have a huge target to chase. At the same time, India’s top order would have to settle & play with composure to ensure the target gets chased easily.