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India-Pakistan Asia Cup 2023 Super Fours Match In Colombo On Sept 10 Likely To Be Interrupted By Rain – Report

India-Pakistan Asia Cup 2023 Super Fours Match In Colombo On Sept 10 Likely To Be Interrupted By Rain – Report

The biggest enemies of Cricket will clash On Sunday, September 10. top asian team, India and Pakistan will play each other again in the Asia Cup 2023. The two teams played their first high-stakes match at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium in Pallekele on Saturday, September 2, but it rained and the game was called off.

Now, in the Super Fours, the two teams will play each other. This match will take place at the R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. But according to the weather prediction for the weekend in Sri Lanka's capital city, there is a very high chance that rain will ruin the game and keep fans from seeing another epic match between the two best teams in Asia.

Google Weather says that on Sunday, September 10, there is a 90% chance that it will rain in Colombo during the day, and the same is true for the night. There is also a warning about thunder and lightning.

Considering the weather in Colombo over the next few days, there was talk about moving the venue to Hambantota. However, a report from PTI on Tuesday said that the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) chose to keep the Super Fours and final matches in Colombo.
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The news agency was told that the ACC talked with Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), the host Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), and the official presenter before deciding to keep the matches in Colombo itself.

The broadcaster has also talked about how hard it is to move their tools and staff to Hambantota, which is in the far south, in such short notice.

In fact, it was SLC that offered Hambantota as an alternative location for the five Super Fours matches and the final, because the city has been dry for the last few weeks.

The ACC also briefly considered moving the games to Pallekele and Dambulla, but later gave up on that idea. Pallekele has also been getting a lot of rain, but the Rangiri International Stadium in Dambulla is being fixed up so that new floodlights and a few other things can be put in.