Rose Bowl Southampton weather: The SportsRush presents for you the detailed weather prediction for the ongoing ENG vs PAK Test.
The second day of the ongoing third Test of Pakistan’s tour of England in Southampton has already been through a couple of rain breaks to prove the weather forecast for the match correct.
While the play has resumed again after the second break and there’s a bit of sunshine at the Ageas Bowl, one can’t be entirely sure of the weather remaining in this way throughout the day today.
The frequent coming out and to bat and then going back to the pavilion affected the English batsman as they barely managed to score runs in the first eight overs. It was in the ninth over of Day 2 that Zac Crawley hit the first boundary of the day off Pakistan speedster Shaheen Shah Afridi.
It’s been a stop-start day so far, and Zak has finally scored his first runs of the day with this lovely shot!
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) August 22, 2020
Rose Bowl Southampton weather today
Talking about the weather prediction for the rest of the day, clouds will dominate for most part bringing along them passing showers. Therefore, one shouldn’t be surprised if players once again make the long walk back to their dressing rooms due to bad weather.
Having said that, an update which should come as a source of amazement for fans is that the probability of rain falling down in the second and third session is in single digits.
Going by England Cricket Board’s decision around allowing the officials to start 30 minutes earlier tomorrow is a lot of overs are lost today, fans shouldn’t worry much about the loss of play.
Pakistan, who had struggled to stop the likes of Crawley and wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler yesterday, would be hoping for their fast bowlers to make the most of the cloudy conditions in Southampton.