On Sunday, there is a current forecast calling for a 95 percent chance of rain, with anywhere from 8 to 20 millimetres of precipitation falling. The final match of the ICC Twenty20 World Cup will take place between England and Pakistan at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on November 13. The Bureau of Meteorology predicts that there is a 95% chance of precipitation in Melbourne on that day, so rain could potentially disrupt the match.
Cricket fans all around the world have been waiting for the culmination of the Twenty20 World Cup, but they might be compelled to watch the final because it might be moved to the reserve day or there might be a chance that the cup will be split between the two competing teams.
“Cloudy. A almost 100 percent likelihood of precipitation throughout the day. There is a possibility of a thunderstorm, which could be severe. Winds will be light in the morning before picking up momentum and turning north to northeasterly 15 to 25 kilometres per hour. During the day, these winds will shift to become more north to northwesterly “The forecast was made by the Bureau of Meteorology on Friday morning.
The forecast for the reserve day, which will take place on Monday, November 14, does not look promising either, as there is a 95% chance that it will rain on that day.
“Cloudy. Showers are anticipated to fall with a high probability (95%) both in the morning and in the afternoon. The potential for thunderstorms to develop. Winds from the north-northwest at 15 to 20 kilometres per hour, shifting to the west-southwest at 25 to 40 kilometres per hour in the morning, and then becoming westerly at 15 to 25 kilometres per hour in the evening; “according to projections made by the Bureau of Meteorology for the weather in Melbourne on Monday.
The competition has been hampered by weather, which has caused many of the matches to be called off before a single ball was bowled.
It is possible that the same thing may happen in the final on Sunday, which would be a devastating ending to what was possibly the best Twenty20 World Cup ever played. This tournament witnessed unexpected results, and it was full of twists and turns.
Earlier, England had already been guaranteed a spot in the final of the T20 World Cup after opening batsmen Alex Hales and Jos Buttler powered their team to an emphatic 10-wicket win over India in the second semi-final of the ongoing ICC T20 World Cup in Australia at Adelaide on Thursday. The match was part of the ICC T20 World Cup, which is being held in Australia.