Ind vs SA second test match weather: The second match of the Test series between India and South Africa (Ind vs SA) will be played from Monday at the Wanderers ground in Johannesburg. The match will start at 1.30 pm Indian time. Team India is ahead 1-0 in the three-match series. Team India led by Virat Kohli won the first test match played in Centurion by 113 runs. Team India’s eyes are now on the second test. She would like to create history in South Africa by winning this match. Team India has not yet won the Test series here.
However, there are chances of rain in this match as well. Actually, the weather forecast on the first day of the match is not good. According to Weather.com, there is a 50 percent chance of rain in Johannesburg on Monday afternoon. The temperature here can remain around 14 to 26 degree Celsius.
A chance of rain in the afternoon
In Johannesburg, the sky will be clear in the morning but in the afternoon there will be scattered thunderstorms. Reports suggest that there is no chance of rain in the morning, but there is a 50% chance of rain in the afternoon, so the first day of the match may be affected by rain. Apart from this, the weather can also remain bad during the second and fourth day’s play.
Johannesburg’s Wanderers is a high scoring ground. The average first innings score in Tests is between 280-350. At the same time, the average score of the second innings is between 200-300. Good score is expected by both the teams in the match. The fast bowlers will get good support from the pitch. Team India’s record in the Wanderers has been excellent. She has not lost a single test match here. He has won 2 test matches here.
Team India is in full form with the brilliant century by KL Rahul in the Centurion Test and the superb bowling of Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammad Siraj. In Johannesburg too, Team India is expected to perform the same way as it did in Centurion.
On the other hand, South Africa will try to make a comeback in the series by winning this Test. They are trailing 0-1 in the three-match series. Quinton de Kock, one of its most experienced players, will also not be with the hosts. De Kock had said goodbye to Test cricket after the Centurion Test.
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