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IND vs PAK Asia Cup 2023: Will Rain play spoilsport in the high-octane Super Four Clash? See the latest weather update here

IND vs PAK Asia Cup 2023 clash faces a high risk of rain interruptions, including the reserve day, as India and Pakistan gear up for a highly anticipated clash in Colombo.

IND vs PAK Asia Cup 2023: The India cricket team, led by Rohit Sharma, is gearing up for a highly-anticipated clash with their long-standing rivals, Pakistan, in their opening match of the Asia Cup 2023 Super Fours. This exciting encounter is scheduled for Sunday, September 10, at Colombo’s R. Premadasa Stadium. Notably, this will be the second meeting between India and Pakistan in the ongoing continental tournament, with the previous group stage match on September 2 being abandoned due to rain.

Weather report for IND vs PAK Asia Cup 2023

Similar to their previous encounter, the weather conditions are expected to be a significant factor in today’s Super Fours match between India and Pakistan in Colombo. Should rain once again disrupt the proceedings and lead to an abandonment, a reserve day has been scheduled. In such a scenario, the IND vs PAK Super Fours match will resume on Monday, September 11, from the point where it was halted.

According to the latest weather report from AccuWeather for Colombo, the Sri Lankan capital, on Sunday, there is a 49% chance of rain at 2 PM IST, increasing to 66% by the scheduled start time of the India vs. Pakistan Super Fours game at 3 PM IST. The rain prediction for the entire duration of the Ind vs. Pak match on Sunday fluctuates between 49% and 69%. Consequently, it is highly probable that today’s match between India and Pakistan will experience rain interruptions, reminiscent of their previous encounter in the group stage.

Reserve Day for IND vs PAK?

There is a substantial risk of rain disrupting even the Reserve Day (September 11, Monday) for the India vs. Pakistan Asia Cup 2023 Super Fours match in Colombo. AccuWeather has predicted a 99 percent probability of rain for September 11, with expected rainfall continuing for approximately six hours on that day.

India is eager to secure a significant victory over Pakistan, while Babar Azam’s Men in Green, who emerged victorious in their first Super Fours match against Bangladesh in Lahore on Wednesday (September 6), are keen to defeat India and become the first team in the 2023 Asia Cup to secure a spot in the finals.

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