Weather in Worcester: The SportsRush presents for you the detailed weather prediction for third ENG-W vs IND-W ODI.
During the third ODI of the ongoing India Women’s tour of England in Worcester, India Women captain Mithali Raj won the toss and opted to field in a dead-rubber match.
India, who have already lost the first two of three-match ODI series, won the toss for the first time at County Ground today. Much like the hosts, India also decided to invite the opposition in to bat first.
It is worth mentioning that the toss only became possible after a rain interruption which has resulted in the loss of overs. As a result, the ongoing match is a 47-over contest.
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England, who had recovered from an early blow, have lost captain Heather Knight (46) just after the halfway mark. Having dismissed three English batters, the visitors would now be hoping to put curbs on the English innings.
Weather in Worcester now
Talking about the weather for the rest of the day in Worcester, there’s a chance of rain playing spoilsport once again in the match around 4 PM (local time).
According to AccuWeather, there’s a 54% rain probability after an hour or so at the County Ground, New Road. With “showers” as the forecast, it shouldn’t be a surprise if players return back to their respective dressing rooms near the end of the first innings.
If all the stakeholders are lucky enough, the passing shower could also happen during the innings break. If the rain happens in a restricted amount, no overs might be lost further in the match.
Readers must note that the rain probability will fall down to 34% in the Indian innings and that the weather will range between sunny and cloudy in the evening.