Cyclone 'Titli' may play spoilsport in second Test
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Hyderabad: The second Test match between India and West Indies which begins here at Rajiv Gandhi International stadium from October 12, may get affected by cyclone 'Titli', according to weather reports.
Cyclone Titli with an estimated maximum sustained surface wind speed of 140-150 kmph gusting to 165 kmph may play spoilsport during the five days of the final Test of the two-match series.
However, despite the gloomy weather report the cricketers were seen practicing here on Thursday, which can be considered as a good sign for the upcoming match.
Meanwhile, Team India who won the first Test by a record innings and 272 runs in just three days, will once again aim to demolish the visitors and clinch the series.