Team India is already playing their last test match at the Oval against England. The day 1 had offered a complete 90 over match keeping the rain Gods at bay. After winning the toss, England elected to bat first and put up the total of 198 runs for the loss of seven wickets. Alastair Cook and Moeen Ali made the highest runs for the team. Cook got out making 71 runs and Moeen Ali made way to the pavilion after making a half-century. The fans from both the teams would be hoping to enjoy the game without any interruption of the rain. Thus, let’s check out what the weather has in store for the 5th test match.
So the weather on the day 1 has been sunny, but the day 2 of the test match would have passing showers in the afternoon as per Accuweather.com. So rain could hinder the game on day 2. The Oval could experience a heavy shower on the Day 3 and 4. The day 5, however, is expected to have a light early morning passing shower. The average temperature is expected to stay between 12-20 degree C. Check out the snapshot of the weather report below:
On the day 1, of the 5th test match, it was Ishant Sharma who snapped three wickets. Whereas, Ravindra Jadeja and Jasprit Bumrah got a couple of them. Fans in huge numbers had gathered to watch Alastair Cook play the last test match of his career and expected him to score a century. However, that didn’t happen. Stay tuned with to Latestly.com for the live updates on day 2.