Ind vs WI Weather Report: Team India will suffer big loss due to rain, bad weather on 5th day, victory should not be snatched from India!

By Nishu Bhardwaj July 24, 2023 5:28 PM IST

New Delhi. The Indian cricket team’s hopes of a clean sweep in the two-match Test series against the West Indies may suffer a setback. In the Port of Spain Test, India strengthened its hold on the fourth day of the match. Captain Rohit Sharma declared the innings after scoring 181 runs for 2 wickets in the second innings. After scoring 438 runs in the first innings, West Indies were piled on by Team India for 255 runs.

Rain can affect the second Test match being played between India and West Indies. After wasting a lot of time on the third and fourth day of the match, the clouds of danger are hovering on the fifth day as well. Team India’s victory is being considered confirmed on the last day of the match. West Indies have scored 76 runs in the second innings at the loss of 2 wickets while they still need 289 runs. India has set a target of 356 runs to win.

Chance of rain on the fifth day

According to the Meteorological Department, in the forecast, there is a possibility of 80 percent rain during the day. In such a situation, it is bound to have an effect on the match. In the match, India has to take 9 wickets in three sessions, which can be easily done in case of match, but if time is wasted in the game due to rain, the work of Team India will be spoiled. India will benefit by winning both the Tests in terms of points in the ICC World Test Championship. If 1 match is drawn then there will be loss.

Will be forced to distribute marks

The fourth match of the Ashes series could not be completed due to rain and the match was drawn. Australia won two consecutive matches and England won the third match. After England’s hold on the fourth Test was strong, it was forced to share the points. This can happen with India as well because here Team India can ensure victory but if the match is drawn due to rain then points will have to be distributed.

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