India vs Pakistan ODI World Cup 2023, Ahmedabad Weather Forecast: Rain UNLIKELY To Impact High-Voltage Match
On Saturday (October 14), India will meet Pakistan in an ODI World Cup 2023 match at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The high-voltage fixture will begin at 2:00 p.m. IST. Unlike the Asia Cup 2023 and 2019 ODI World Cup meetings between the two nations, rain is unlikely to affect the encounter in Ahmedabad on Saturday.
On Saturday, October 14, India and Pakistan will play their third encounter in the ICC Men's ODI World Cup 2023. The high-stakes match is scheduled to be in Ahmedabad's Narendra Modi Stadium.
Since India and Pakistan haven't played an ODI on Indian soil in almost ten years, all eyes will be on the 22 players who will be competing when these two walk the pitch on Saturday in the biggest cricket arena in the world.
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India hopes to keep their spotless record of victories against the Pakistani team in what is reportedly the biggest encounter of the ODI World Cup this year. India has defeated Pakistan in all seven of its prior ODI World Cup encounters.
The Men in Blue enter the match on Saturday having defeated both Australia and Afghanistan, while Pakistan triumphed against the Netherlands and Sri Lanka.
But one team's pristine record will come to an end on Saturday. This year's ODI between these two teams will take place in Ahmedabad for the third time. Rain hindered both of the final two matches that were played in Sri Lanka at the Asia Cup 2023.
That being said, there is very little possibility of rain in Ahmedabad on Saturday, October 14. In Ahmedabad, there will be 14% cloud cover during the day and 0% chance of thunderstorms, according to the Accuweather report. At night, there will be 2% cloud cover.
More than a lakh people are anticipated to attend the India-Pakistan encounter at Ahmedabad's Narendra Modi Stadium, which has a seating capacity of 1.32 lakh.
Saturday's match will be the second in Ahmedabad during this year's ODI World Cup, and if the first game, which was played between England and New Zealand on October 5, is any indication, the wicket will suit batters, and they can post a big total if they bat cautiously at the start.