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India vs Bangladesh Birmingham Weather Update LIVE, World Cup 2019: Sunny day predicted in Birmingham, no rain

India vs Bangladesh Birmingham Weather Update: Birmingham weather for today predicts a warm day, chances of rain unlikely.

Jul 2, 2019 14:12 IST
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India vs Bangladesh Birmingham Weather Update LIVE, World Cup 2019: Sunny day predicted

India vs Bangladesh Weather World Cup 2019| Edgbaston, Birmingham Weather LIVE Update: The Birmingham weather prediction for today, the day India vs Bangladesh World Cup 2019 cricket match, states warm and sunny day with some cloud cover. This would come as a huge relief for Indian fans, as rain has played a major spoilsport in the ongoing cricket world cup. The India vs Bangladesh world cup match will be telecasted live from Edgbaston, Birmingham from 3pm IST on July 2, 2019.

In India’s last match at Edgbaston, the men-in-blue were beaten by England by 31 runs thus ending their unbeaten streak in the World Cup 2019. India cannot afford weather to disrupt any of its coming two matches, as India needs to win at least one of them to qualify for the world cup semi-finals. Besides Bangladesh, India is yet to face Sri Lanka. Bangladesh would also be looking to win, as it is a must-win situation for them to keep their semi-final hopes alive.

India vs Bangladesh Weather Update| Birmingham Weather report: What is the weather prediction for tomorrow?

The Birmingham Weather report for Tuesday predicts mostly sunny during the daytime with some clouds. The temperature at Birmingham is expected to touch a maximum of 20 degrees, while the lowest is expected to be 9 degrees. Looking at the Birmingham Weather prediction, chances of rain during India vs Bangladesh cricket match are almost zero percent.

India vs Bangladesh Weather prediction for July 2| Birmingham Weather Update

Background

The weather has been the talk on the town during the ongoing cricket world cup in England with rain washing away four world cup matches. India’s match against New Zealand at Trent Bridge, Nottingham was abandoned without a ball bowled due to rain and ten overs were reduced during India vs Pakistan match at Old Trafford, Manchester under Duckworth lewis method after rain interrupted play multiple times.