The India vs Australia T20 series has boiled down to the 3rd match, with both teams vying to finish the series on a high with a win in Hyderabad.
Both the T20’s have been largely one-sided, with batting collapses making an appearance in the first innings of both the T20’s. Australia faltered in the first and India obliged in the second.
The third T20 promises to be a cracker of a contest, but there isn’t much good news coming in from Hyderabad as rain is forecasted for the 3rd T20.
The meteorological department has predicted that there is an 80% chance of rain throughout the day tomorrow with thunderstorms ready to hit the city all day.
“The forecast is possibility of thunderstorm accompanied with rain today and a light to moderate rain tomorrow,” an official from the Meteorological department.
Hyderabad has been witnessing torrential rain for some days now and the ground staff at the Rajiv Gandhi International stadium have been working tirelessly to get the ground in good shape even if rains continue to lash the city.
The ground staff has been using innovative techniques to dry off the outfield, with electric fans being deployed in order to get the outfield in playable condition.
Both the teams would be hoping that the game goes on as scheduled, as both the teams would desperate to stamp their authority over the other by completing a series win.