India and Bangladesh will be battling against each other in the 2nd T20I match on Thursday in Rajkot. The IND vs BAN, 2nd T20I match at Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium will witness Bangladesh seeking a series victory while Team India aiming a comeback. India lost the first match by 7 wickets after Mahmudullah led Bangladesh outclassed Rohit Sharma and boys in the batting and bowling departments. The 2nd T20I is suspected to get hit by rains and bad weather with Cyclone Maha hitting the Gujarat coast. Here we will look at the rain forecast and weather reports in Rajkot and also pitch report of Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium ahead of India vs Bangladesh 2 T20I 2019 match. India Vs Bangladesh, Cricket Score 2nd T20I Match.
India lost the first match after failing to defend 148 runs scored in the first innings. Team India lost wickets at regular intervals and no concrete partnership could be created by batsmen. In bowing, all the young bowlers failed to give a breakthrough to India and Bangladesh wicket-keeper Mushfiqur Rahim smashed unbeaten 60 runs to win the match for Bangladesh. The 2nd T20I will be a crucial chance for India to make a comeback, but in the case of the match getting affecting by rains, India will end up in a difficult situation in the series. Below we look at the hourly weather updates and rain forecast in Rajkot. India vs Bangladesh 2nd T20I 2019: 4 Questions Regarding Playing 11 Which Team India Need to Find Answers to Before Battling Their Asian Rival in the Second Game.
As per AccuWeather.com, the weather at Rajkot will be cloudy on Thursday. According to hourly weather updates, the weather will be cloudy and thunderstorms are likely to occur in the afternoon. However, during the time of the match i.e at 7 pm, chances of rains are less likely according to AccuWeather. The weather is going to get clear after evening. The temperature will be 26 degree Celsius with wind speed at 11 km/hour.
Now talking about pitch, the Saurashtra Cricket Stadium is known for high scoring matches. The pitch is batting friendly and much better than that of Arun Jaitley Stadium, where batsmen found it difficult to compile runs. The last two international matches played at the stadium were high-scoring ones.