Will rain wash out India vs West Indies second game? Here is weather report of IND vs WI 2nd T20I
India is aiming to make a strong comeback in the T20I series as they face off against West Indies in the second match on Sunday at the Providence Stadium in Guyana.
The team led by Hardik Pandya had a tough start, losing the first game and giving the home team a 1-0 advantage in the five-game series. In that first match, India's batting didn't go as planned when they were trying to chase a target of 150 runs.
On the West Indies side, their captain Rovman Powell and Nicholas Pooran delivered impressive performances, scoring well. They managed to put together a partnership of 38 runs for the fourth wicket.
Nicholas Pooran made 41 runs from 34 balls, while Rovman Powell came close to hitting a half-century but was just two runs short.
The West Indies bowlers Obed McCoy, Jason Holder, and Romario Shepherd each took two wickets, and Akeal Hosein contributed with one wicket, leading to India's team narrowly losing by four runs in the first match of the series.
Unfortunately, rain has been a bit of a spoiler during this tour, as the second Test had to be cancelled due to rain, and the ODI series also had a few interruptions.
IND vs WI 2nd T20I, Weather Forecast
The weather forecast for August 6 in Guyana suggests that the sky might be cloudy. There's a 45 percent chance of rain in the morning, which could lead to some pauses in the second T20I match between India and West Indies due to the chilly weather at the venue.
The temperature is expected to be between 26 and 33 degrees Celsius. The air will likely be quite humid, ranging from 72 to 89 percent. During the second game of the series, the wind is predicted to blow at a speed of 15-25 km/h.
The pitch at the Providence Stadium is likely to be slow and a bit sticky. This will give the spinners an advantage, making it easier for them to control the game.
At the beginning, the fast bowlers might also find some help from the pitch when using the new ball. It's probable that the match will have lower scores, as historically, the average first-innings total at this venue has been around 122 runs.