Weather at Lord’s cricket stadium: The SportsRush presents for you the detailed weather prediction for the second ENG vs PAK ODI.
Toss in the second ODI of the ongoing Pakistan’s tour of England has been delayed due to rain at Lord’s. It is worth mentioning that this is going to be the first ODI at the iconic venue since the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 final match between England and New Zealand.
Given the manner in which Pakistan were bundled out for 141 in 35.2 overs against a second-string English team at Sophia Gardens, they will be having a lot of eyeballs towards them for another loss would see them losing the three-match series.
#pakvseng a bit of a disaster this getting a pasting from an England second XI, losing with 169 balls to spare …Pretty rubbish we were today!
— Ramiz Raja (@iramizraja) July 8, 2021
England, who played with as many as five debutants in Cardiff, are unlikely to make further changes to their Playing XI. In captain Ben Stokes’ 100th ODI, the home team would be eager to replicate the result from the last match.
Weather at Lord’s cricket stadium
A welcoming development for all the stakeholders involved in this match is that toss will take place at 12:10 PM (local time). While rain has stopped at this point in time, the match has been reduced to 47 overs.
Having said that, an update which the fans wouldn’t appreciate is that a lot of rain is predicted in London today. According to AccuWeather, rain is expected to pour down continually between 1-3 PM (local time). With a rain probability of 56%, it wouldn’t be surprising to see further delays in the second ODI.
As far as the weather forecast at Lord’s for the rest of the day in concerned, it is likely to remain cloudy with comparatively less chances of rain. It is worth mentioning that the rain probability will reduce to being in vicinity of 30% towards the evening.