Old Trafford Weather Forecast for IND vs PAK: The Sportsrush present before you full weather details for the all-important match.
There is no hiding to the fact that the imminent match between India and Pakistan at Old Trafford today has the possibility of being registered among the most watched cricket matches ever. Given the craze for the high-voltage clash, expect fans across the world to passionately follow the match across various mediums.
It is worth mentioning that what the fans will also be watching before the match starts is the weather update in Manchester. The ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 has already seen as many as four matches getting washed out.
Talking about yesterday, Manchester had seen all the colors of nature in sunshine, clouds and rain. Going by the prevailing weather in Manchester, don’t be surprised if rain affects this all-important match today. Even if it affects the match, fans and players themselves wouldn’t mind playing a rain-curtailed match than not playing at all.
If the current weather forecast is to be believed, today’s weather is most likely to be cloudy with spotty showers most likely to affect the course of the match. With minimum sunlight throughout the day, expect both clouds and rain to call the shots throughout the day.
It was due to these weather conditions that India captain Virat Kohli talked about playing an extra fast bowler today during the pre-match press conference yesterday.
Read some Twitter reactions on Old Trafford Weather Forecast for IND vs PAK:
It’s drizzling again…. 😱
— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) June 15, 2019
— Chetan Narula (@chetannarula) June 15, 2019
Apart from the floodlight tower at Old Trafford, can you spot specks of blue through the grey cloud cover? Fingers crossed for tomorrow! pic.twitter.com/zMmg2qQon6
— Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) June 15, 2019
Not good news from Manchester: heavy rain at the moment.. and more rain forecast in second half of tomorrow.. maybe a T 20 game? #IndiaVsPakistan
— Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) June 15, 2019
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