India vs South Africa Weather Forecast and Report: The second test between India and South Africa will be played on 03 January i.e. tomorrow at Newlands, Cape Town. The Indian team has lost the first match. Now the threat of rain is looming in the second test. The second test will be held from 03 to 07 January, in the last two days of which rain can spoil the game. Team India would like to win the second match at any cost. In such a situation, rain can become a hindrance for Team India under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma. So let us know how the weather in Cape Town will be for the five days of the Test.
According to weather.com, the first three days of the second test may pass without rain. There are chances of only 4 to 6 percent rain in the first three days i.e. 03, 04 and 05 January. But there is a possibility of heavy rain on the last two days i.e. 06 and 07 January. On January 6, i.e. the fourth day of the match, maximum rainfall of about 50 percent can occur. Then on January 7, i.e. the last day, the chances of rain will reduce to about 20 percent. Now it will be interesting to see whether rain creates disruption in the second match or not.
South Africa is ahead 1-0 in the series
South Africa is leading 1-0 in the two-match Test series. Africa had won the first match by an innings and 32 runs. Dean Elgar had made an important contribution in winning the match for Africa, who played an inning of 185 runs with the help of 28 fours. Apart from this, bowling all-rounder Marco Yansen had scored 84 runs, in which he hit 11 fours and 1 six. Apart from this, Bedingham had scored 56 runs with the help of 7 fours and 2 sixes, due to which Africa had put 408 runs on the board. Team India, captained by Rohit Sharma, could not score 408 runs despite batting in two innings.
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