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India’s Semi-final Hopes to Get a Blow as Adelaide Rain Likely to Play Spoilsport




The Indian team will look to seal a place in the semi-finals on Wednesday when they face Bangladesh in their fourth Super 12 tie at the 2022 T20 World Cup. India’s entry into the next round of the tournament, but as they arrive in Adelaide, they have a good chance of clinching the semi-final ticket and top spot in the points standings. The contest is going to be a live thread as both teams are in great form, but the weather could be the spoiler of the mood.

The ongoing T20 World Cup has been heavily marred by the Australian weather, with five games affected by rain so far. Next in the fray could be India’s showdown against Bangladesh in Adelaide on Wednesday.

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According to, there is a 61% chance of rain in the city in the evening. The game is scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. local time with around 1.3mm of rain expected. With 75% humidity, there will be 71% cloud cover and the temperature will be around 12 degrees.

Weather forecast for Adelaide, evening time (
Weather forecast for Adelaide, evening time (

Chances of precipitation are the same throughout the day, as more than 50% denotes a fair amount of precipitation; this can easily be a reason to cancel a cricket match. Adelaide has been receiving showers since Tuesday and the same is expected to continue through Wednesday evening.

If the rain forces a retirement, then the fight in Group 2 will intensify a lot. India and Bangladesh will have 5 points each with one game to play. They will both need to win their last Super 12 game to qualify for the semi-finals. On the other hand, South Africa, who already have 5 points, will have a better chance of qualifying, needing only one victory to confirm a place in the next round.

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India next face Zimbabwe on Saturday while Bangladesh are set to face Pakistan on the same day. If the rain plays spoilsport on Wednesday, the fight between them will continue until the last day of the Super 12 round.

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