A meteorological report for Day 3 of the fifth test match between India and England, which was postponed
Thus, the first two days of the current Test match between India and England were disrupted by rain. It will be fascinating to see whether or not it affects the game on Day 3.
The fifth and final Test between India and England is currently being led by the visitors at Edgbaston, Birmingham. On Day 2, Stumps reduced England to 84/5 in 27 overs after the Jasprit Bumrah-led squad had amassed 416 runs before being bowled out. While the first day’s performance was affected by the weather. It suffered a similar fate on day two as well, with the play being stopped three times on Saturday to the chagrin of the crowd.
After the weather disrupted the first two days of the tournament, it will be intriguing to see if rain delays happen on the third day. On Day 3, there is a chance of rain, which could cause the game to stop and restart.
Day 3’s first hour and a half of play are expected to be gloomy, according to AccuWeather. In the interim, rain is likely to start within the hour. While it’s expected that the clouds will linger until Sunday’s game is over. The afternoon is when the sun is expected to emerge. Despite the day’s expected average temperature of 20 degrees, there is a 65 percent chance of rain.
Even though the hosts are still 332 runs behind India in the game, India has kept England on their toes. Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes will therefore bat next based on their respective Sunday scores of 12 not out and 0 not out.
On Day 2, India’s Jasprit Bumrah claimed three wickets, and Mohammed Shami and Mohammed Siraj claimed the final two England victims.