Rajkot sky is sunny, less possibility of abandoning the match

Published: 07 Nov 2019 | Updated: 07 Nov 2019   

Ali Sekander

Bangladesh-India 2nd T20I might not be abandoned due to rain or stormy weather as the Rajkot sky has been sunny since Thursday morning.

Till the filing of this report at 1:30 pm, no cloud was seen in the sky of Rajkot.

The two teams are set to play the 2nd T20I at the Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA) ground on Thursday evening in Rajkot, provided the weather does not disrupt the encounter. 

After suffering a huge seven-wicket defeat in the first T20I against Bangladesh, skipper Rohit Sharma-led Indian side will be looking to make a few changes in tactics and possibly in the playing XI to get even stevens in the series. 

Bangladesh showcased that they are not going to succumb to being the underdogs and displayed excellent bowling, batting and fielding positions. 

Bangladesh lead the three-match series 1-0 after winning the opening game in Delhi on Sunday.

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