India vs South Africa 2nd T20I: Rain Prediction and Weather Report

Rain spoiled the first T20I match between India and South Africa, and now the teams are heading towards the second T20I.

Incessant rain played spoilsport in the first T20I of the India vs. South Africa T20 series. The match got abandoned without a single ball being bowled, and the fans are afraid whether it would happen again or not as the teams are heading towards the second T20I match at Gqeberha, South Africa. India, after defeating Australia in a five-match T20I series by 4-1, is looking forward to taking down South Africa in their country. India and South Africa are both eyeing the next year’s T20 World Cup, and these matches are just a step towards picking the best among the selected players.

The Indian team has been captained by Surya Kumar Yadav in the last few matches, and this time as well, he is captaining the Indian team in the T20I series. Most of the players are young, and it is an accepted fact that the selection committee is keeping an eye on the performers of these T20 matches. Players who will perform well will definitely be seen in next year’s World Cup, with star players like Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli likely to leave the T20 format altogether. Indian management needs to prepare the young guns before the marquee tournament.

According to the latest weather reports at Gqeberha (formerly known as Port Elizabeth), there is a probability that rain could happen in the evening and spoil the play. As per the weather reports, there are 70 percent chances of precipitation, and the temperature would go up to 21 degrees Celcius at the venue. If this match also gets abandoned due to rain, then it will be a tough task to pick selected young players for the T20 World Cup next year, which is scheduled to happen in the month of June in the Caribbean Islands and the USA.

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