England vs West Indies Weather Forecast and Pitch conditions, World Cup 2019

Hosts, England faces West Indies at the Rose Bowl today. Both the teams would be looking to run away with two points, given rain stays away in the Southampton
England vs West Indies Weather Forecast and Pitch conditions, World Cup 2019England vs West Indies Weather Forecast and Pitch conditions, World Cup 2019
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In match number 19 of ongoing ICC World Cup 2019, England will face West Indies at the Rosel Bowl in Southampton. The hosts, except the tough outing against Pakistan, have been playing some top-class cricket. They are standing at the fourth spot in the points table with four points from three games.

 

West Indies also has had a good run in the tournament so far. They started on a dominating note by defeating Pakistan in the first while lost the second against Australia in a close game. While the third one was washed out. They are now at the sixth position in the points table with three points.

 

England without any doubt will hold the upper hand going into this match, however, Windies being a firepower team can’t be ruled out. They have the ability to defeat any team on a given day. Meanwhile, more than anything else it’s England’s weather that has been a concern. Four matches have been already washed out and there are predictions of more. Here is how weather and pitch conditions are expected to play in today’s match.

 

Weather report

Unfortunately, there are again heavy chances of rain today at Rose Bowl, hence might affect the England vs West Indies match. The weather forecast says that clouds will loom around for the whole day and it could also rain in between. The temperature at the venue will be around 13 to 17 celsius.

 

Pitch conditions

The strips at the Rose Bowl have been quite tricky. At times, batsmen find it easy to bat on while on other times, it is the seam bowlers who enjoy bowling here. With forecast conditions, the bowlers will have a large say if match commences today between England and West Indies.  

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