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WTC Final Day 2, Australia vs India Weather Forecast: Bright sunshine to welcome groups at Kennington Oval

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By India Today Sports Desk: Steve Smith and Travis Head placed on an absolute present on Day 1 of the World Test Championship (WTC) remaining between Australia and India on the Kennington Oval in London.

Smith and Head have placed on an unbeaten partnership of 251 runs for the fourth wicket as Australia completed Day 1 with their rating at 327 for the lack of three wickets in 85 overs.

The Aussies discovered themselves in a spot of trouble after being lowered to 96 for 3 in 24.1 overs. But Smith and Head rescued them and likewise went on to place their group on the motive force’s seat.

Head obtained to his hundred off 106 balls and stayed unbeaten on 146 with the assistance of twenty-two fours and one six. Smith, then again, stayed not out on 95 runs off 227 balls with 14 fours and is eying his thirty first hundred in Test cricket.

Is there any probability of rain on Day 2 of the WTC remaining?

Playing situations have been nice on Wednesday because the solar was out for many a part of the day. Although it was overcast early within the day, the skies cleared up, making method for brilliant daylight.

As per Accuweather, the climate forecast for Day 2 can be promising. There is not any probability of rain in the intervening time on Thursday. The skies might be clear with round 17 % cloud cowl all through the whole length of the day’s play.

Temperatures will hover between 16 and 21 levels Celsius. The humidity will largely be within the 40s and 50s. Overall, an uninterrupted day’s play appears to be on the playing cards.