Reserve Day may turn ‘Rain Day’ again

Humid as well as possibilities of rainfall at Old Trafford in India-New Zealand semi-final Reserve day.

It was a hard day for cricket fans when India-New Zealand ICC World Cup semifinal was affected by rain at Old Trafford in Manchester on Tuesday (July 9). No game was doable after 46.1 overs of the New Zealand innings, after the Kiwis had won the toss and decided to bat first.

The MET department forecasts yet another cloudy day-the reserve day for the semifinal- on Wednesday(July 10). There is certainly anticipated to be a bit of early morning rain, around 4am in Manchester and will remain to be humid the whole day.

New Zealand would resume their innings at 10:30 am local time however another passing shower is forecasted around 12pm with probabilities of rain around 51% between 11am and 1pm.

After 1pm, there shall be anymore rain even so it will stay humid for the remaining of the day until 5pm in the evening, when rain may come back again.

The highest temperature for the day will be floating around 22 degrees.

The Reserve day would be a continuation not a restart, presuming play begun on the original match day, which means the score from the original match day is certainly carried onto the reserve day.

If no play was achieved on the original scheduled match day, a full 50-over per team match would embark the Reserve day, weather making it possible for.

A tied match will have a super over to decide the winner.

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