SA Vs IND 1st Test: Centurion Weather Forecast For Day 5
After a wet Day 2, the weather in Centurion could have an impact on the vital final day.
Chasing a tough target of over 300 runs in the fourth innings of a Test match can be difficult for any opponent, but it becomes considerably more difficult when the weather prediction is bleak.
As the match heads towards a final day at the SuperSport Park in Centurion. Both South Africa and India are facing a similar scenario. The match is evenly balanced, with South Africa pursuing a 305-run total and India needing six more wickets to win. However, the Centurion forecast suggests that the rain gods may play spoilsport.
The precipitation levels are projected to grow with each passing hour and session on the last day. According to AccuWeather.com.
SA Vs IND 1st Test: Centurion Weather Forecast
The weather would be “mainly gloomy this afternoon with a handful of thunderstorms.”
Precipitation is forecast to be about 65 percent. While thunderstorms are expected to be around 39 percent.
This could put the match’s outcome in jeopardy. Indian bowlers will try to grab quick wickets to take advantage of the weather circumstances and push for a win.
If the weather permits, the home team will attempt to play the game session by session. Batting, on the other hand, can be difficult under cloudy weather.
With six wickets in hand, South Africa needed 211 more runs to win at Stumps on Day 4.