On Sunday, international cricket will return to Cuttack after nearly 30 months with the second T20I between India and South Africa. After nearly 54 months, this venue will host its third Twenty20 International (T20I). Check Barabati Stadium Cuttack weather
Barabati Stadium may not have held T20 Internationals in a while, but it did stage 14 matches in India’s best domestic T20 event during the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2018-19.
Barabati Stadium Cuttack weather
When India play at home in the month of June for just the second time, it goes without saying that the summer environment will continue to be oppressive for the players.
Players will be relieved to sense the difference in temperatures between Delhi and Cuttack, though, as a significant relief. Despite the fact that both matches are night matches, a clear 10-degree temperature differential should be a welcome development, particularly for South African players.
There is no chance of rain pouring down on the Barabati Stadium on Sunday, like there did in the first Delhi T20I. According to AccuWeather, there is a 0% chance of rain in Cuttack tomorrow. Tomorrow in Cuttack, a scorching but clear day will allow players to play for an unbroken 40 overs.
Cuttack weather hourly – 29 degrees at 7:00 p.m. (Hot).
At 8:00 p.m., the temperature is 28 degrees Fahrenheit (Hot).
– 27 degrees at 9:00 p.m. (Hot).
10:00 p.m. — 27 °F (Hot).
– 27 degrees at 11:00 p.m. (Hot).
00:00 a.m. – 27 degrees Fahrenheit (Hot).
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