India vs Pakistan Weather Report: The Sportsrush present before you weather details for India’s match vs Pakistan on June 16 at Manchester
The Weather Gods are showing no signs of mercy at the World Cup venue in England and Wales as three matches so far have been washed off due to rain. And we are only in the second week of the one-and-a-half month long tournament.
With this, England and Wales have a new record under their name- for the being the venue with most abandoned World Cup matches ever, and believe you me, there are more games as such yet to surface. We have had only eight World Cup matches been abandoned so far in the tournament history which commenced way back in 1975 (including 3 in the ongoing one).
India vs Pakistan
There are a few rivalries which the Cricket fans of the involved nations eagerly wait for due to myriad reasons- for establishing their supremacy over the other, for the worst possible swears to be hurled at each other, for trolls and memes in this age of information and technology etc etc.
And one will for sure, find all of the aforementioned during an India vs Pakistan Cricket match. And a World Cup match between the two results in an overdose of the already existing spice.
Thus, is such a case, the last thing these fans in particular, and the Cricketing fraternity in general would want is an India vs Pakistan World Cup match being washed off due to rain.
Watch how Pakistan vs India game will bring the hot weather back
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Old Trafford Cricket Ground Weather on Sunday
As of today (June 13), Old Trafford is experiencing a cloudy, rainy day with variable clouds and thundershowers, with a couple of additional showers also expected tonight.
But, gradually as the days would progress, sun is expected to peep out of the clouds, reducing the percentage precipitation by a significant margin.
On match day- June 16, spotty showers are expected during the day time, but the chances of rain would drop drastically to mere 25% at night with only a ‘partly cloudy’ forecast. Thus, with the sun making its subtle appearances throughout the daytime, the ground staff might be able to dry up the surface with minimal wastage of time and reduction in the number of overs.
Thus, as viewers, the maximum we can do is to keep our fingers crossed, if at all you’ll think that really works!