Port of Spain 3rd ODI weather forecast: Queen’s Park Oval IND vs WI 3rd ODI Trinidad weather report


Port of Spain Weather Forecast 3rd ODI: All will play for the Windies today, as they try to avoid their third successive defeat in the ODI series.

Despite two relatively commendable performances against India than those against Pakistan and Bangladesh in the previous two ODI series, West Indies, under their skipper Nicholas Pooran, could not avoid their eighth consecutive defeat, as well as their Third consecutive defeat in series in the format.

While Mohammed Siraj successfully defended 15 points in the Over final in the first ODI, Axar Patel snatched victory from their jaws the other day, while playing a winner in a steep chase.

They are now set to play their third ODI at the same venue today, to build confidence for the five-game T20I series that would follow next.

Weather forecast Port of Spain 3rd Odi

While the third ODI between India and the West Indies is due to take place early tomorrow morning (local time), the weather is currently clear in Port of Spain and the sun is making an appearance in the city.

By the time the match begins tomorrow morning (09:30), the temperature is expected to remain warm with sunlight shining again amongst the intermittent clouds.

However, a decent period of rain is expected around 1:00 p.m. (local time), with a chance of precipitation of up to 71%, for a few hours.

Although the presence of dark clouds does not entirely rule out the possibility of precipitation until 3:00 p.m., the weather should clear completely by the next hour, with the sun expected to shine pleasantly and brightly for the remainder of the day. .

All in all, the rain can be expected to spoil the party during the aforementioned two-hour window, but not enough for a possible reduction in the number of Overs, or for the match to be called off.


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