India vs England Day 3:
The ongoing Test match in Birmingham between England and India has been plagued by the rain gods. A significant rain delay on the first day prevented play from starting for about an hour and a half, but on the second day, the situation deteriorated. Here in this article, we talk about India vs England Day 3.
Despite heavy rain in the morning, the play began on schedule. Unfortunately, it was delayed three times, each of which lasted longer than the one before it.
Apart from the last hour, the lack of sunshine was another factor that contributed to the groundskeepers needing a little bit longer to dry the outfield. As a result, each of the last two rain delays cost close to 90 to 100 minutes of playtime until play could continue.
The Indian team is in a good position to win the game, which will make for an exciting conclusion for local spectators and watchers across the globe. Rain needs to stop, though, in order for the players to participate in the game for a longer period of time.
In terms of the weather, Day 3 appears to be following a similar pattern. On Sunday, Birmingham is expected to have morning rain, according to Accuweather. Before the first ball is bowled, the rain may cease. However, a few more weather delays are expected later in the day, and it might be another stop-start day.
As for the weather, it will be mostly cloudy with a high of 20 degrees and a low of 11, with precipitation of 49 and 54 percent between 11 am and 12 pm (local time) and 20 percent the rest of the day.
The second day saw India dominate, so Jasprit Bumrah and company will be looking to take the final five wickets of England’s innings swiftly and extend the advantage to knock the hosts out of the game.