Chances of rain still linger around The Rose Bowl Stadium. The conditions are partly cloudy. Bangladesh vs Afghanistan Live Cricket Score of ICC World Cup 2019 Match.

Sad News!! The rain has already started influencing the match. Light Showers has resulted in the delay of toss by at least 10 minutes.

And just as we said that dark clouds were gathering around Southampton, it has started raining at the Stadium. 

Fortunately, the rain has not affected the preparation for the Bangladesh vs Afghanistan game but dark and grey clouds have already started gathering around the stadium. Looks like it might rain anytime. 

There is a prediction for a light shower hitting the Rose Bowl Stadium ahead of the Bangladesh vs Afghanistan game in Southampton. Stay Tuned for more updates. 

Bangladesh will play in a virtual quarter-final clash against Afghanistan on June 24 (Monday) in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. They are in a must-win situation and must win all of their remaining three matches but the weather will be a big threat at Southampton. This ground has already seen one match get abandoned due to rain, while two others had rain interventions. 

Bangladesh will square off against Afghanistan in match no 31 of ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019. The game between the two Asian sides will be played at the Hampshire Bowl – also known as The Rose Bowl Cricket Ground – in Southampton. Fans of both teams will hope that the BAN vs AFG game, which is a virtual quarter-final for Bangladesh, be played without any rain interventions that has already spoilsport in some matches in CWC 2019. Southampton especially has seen rain frequent intervals in the four matches it has hosted so far with the West Indies vs South Africa game even getting abandoned due to rain. That is the reason fans are very anxious to find out all the details regarding the weather report and rain forecast for the Bangladesh vs Afghanistan game. Bangladesh vs Afghanistan Cricket Score 31st ODI Match in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

A washout will not spoil the semi-final dreams of the Bangladeshi fans but will also kill the hopes of Afghanistan fans of seeing their team win at least one game in the 2019 Cricket World Cup. But unfortunately, there is a heavy prediction of rain intervening the BAN vs AFG game, which not only increases the chances of a washout but also the match may be reduced by few overs bringing the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern Method into play. Just in case you are looking for the weather forecast and chances of rain in the BAN vs AFG, you’ll be happy to know that LatestLY bring you the live weather update of Southampton, the hourly rain forecast and every other detail related to the weather at the Hampshire Bowl where the BAN vs AFG match will be played. Bangladesh vs Afghanistan ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Weather Report: Check Out the Rain Forecast and Pitch Report of Hampshire Bowl in Southampton.

Bangladesh leads 3-2 in the head-to-head record in the last five encounters between both these teams. Afghanistan beat Bangladesh by 136 runs in their first meeting during the 2018 Asia Cup but lost by four runs in the super four stage. They are already out of the contention for the semi-finals following the 11-run defeat to India in their previous game. But the performances of their key players, including Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi, will give the Afghan team some hope and if the others manage to bring together a performance like the one they had against India, Afghanistan might just end up with their first victory of the 2019 Cricket World Cup. They are hungry for that first victory and will be happy to know there is no rain in Southampton. Reports from state that match day will be partly sunny and partly cloudy throughout the day with temperatures ranging from 19 to 22 degree Celsius. Bangladesh vs Afghanistan Cricket Score 31th ODI Match.

As of now, a total of four matches has been abandoned so far in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 which has spoiled the semi-final chances of some teams. Sri Lanka has been affected the most with two of their consecutive matches getting washed-out due to rain, while India, Bangladesh, New Zealand, Pakistan, West Indies and South Africa had one game each abandoned for the same reason. New Zealand lead the team standings with 11 points, while Bangladesh are sixth with five points. Afghanistan has none.