Civil Service Cricket Club Belfast weather today: The SportsRush brings you the weather report for Ireland v New Zealand 3rd T20I.
Ireland will face New Zealand in the 3rd T20I of the T20I 3-match series at Civil Service Cricket Club, Belfast. The Blackcaps are aiming for a whiteout, while Ireland will play respect in this one.
Martin Guptill beat well for New Zealand, while the all-rounders also showed their impact in the series. Lockie Ferguson led the team’s pace attack, while Ish Sodhi served as their important spinner. Ireland’s pacers were great, but the team’s batting was disappointing.
Civil Service Cricket Club Belfast weather today
The Blackcaps are aiming for a blank, and they would like the weather to stay clear for Game 3 T20I. Rains are fairly common in Ireland at this time of year, and all eyes will once again be on the rain gods.
The weather forecast for the match is not terrible for the 3rd T20I in Belfast. According to Accuweather, rain may interrupt the first half of the game. There is a 44% chance of rain in the first three hours of the match, so there may be interruptions during the 1st leg of the match.
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However, in good news, the weather should be clear for the second part of the game. So, despite the threat of rain, we should get a result in this game, but some overs can be lost in case of persistent rain. Soil drainage is good and the soil can be prepared if rain permits.
The temperature will fluctuate between 16 and 19 degrees Celsius, with humidity up to 44%, meaning conditions will be ideal for players on the pitch. Looking at the conditions, both captains would be looking to play first after winning the draw.