The first ODI of the three-match series between West Indies and Indies was called off after just 13 overs as rain played spoilsport at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Thursday (August 8).
The match was first reduced to 43 overs due to a delayed start and then to 34 overs per side after the rain break. Eventually, only 13 overs could be bowled in the match as it continued to rain in Guyana and umpires deemed that no more play was possible.
Now, the two teams are set to play the second ODI at Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain in Trinidad on Sunday. The good news for the cricket lovers is that the weather is expected to remain transparent in the city on Sunday and a full game is expected to take place.
As per Accuweather, the weather forecast suggests a partly cloudy day in the morning and the afternoon. But the chances of rainfall lies low – between 20 percent in the early morning hours to going down to 7 percent by the afternoon.
After losing the T20I series, the Windies would want to capitalize on the opportunity in an already short three-match series which is now down to two games.
On the other side, India will look to keep its excellent form intact and post a win.
— BCCI (@BCCI) August 10, 2019