India vs West Indies 3rd ODI 2019 Rain Forecast & Weather Report From Port of Spain: Check Out Weather Forecast and Pitch Report of Queen’s Park Oval
India will square off against West Indies in the 3rd and final ODI of the three-match series on Aug 14, 2019. The action will take place at Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad. India leads the series 1-0, as the first match at Guyana was abandoned due to rain. Men in Blue won the 2nd ODI by 59 runs as per Duckworth Lewis Stern (DLS) method. The match was reduced to 46 overs where Windies were supposed to chase 270 runs, however, the host got all out on 210 runs. Indian skipper Virat Kohli was the star player in that match for his knock of 120 runs from 125 balls. Meanwhile, fans who want to get weather updates, rain forecast and pitch report from India vs West Indies 3rd ODI 2019, should scroll down below for details. West Indies vs India Cricket Score 3rd ODI Match.
The weather at Port of Spain is not all that good for the game of cricket. As per the reports of accuweather.com, showers are expected to come down in the afternoon during IND vs WI 3rd ODI match. The temperature will be around 28 degree Celsius and the wind will blow at the pace of 13km/h. We just hope that rain doesn't play a spoilsport in today's game and lead to match getting abandoned. Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma 27 Runs From Completing 1000 ODI Partnership Runs Against West Indies, Will Look to Achieve the Feat in 3rd ODI.
Weather at Port of Spain
Pitch Report: The pitch at Queen's Park Oval will have a lot to offer to both batsmen and bowlers. However, the team batting first will have more advantage, especially when it is expected to rain. After a spell of showers, when the match resumes the track assists pacers.
Jason Holder and his men will look forward to winning the final ODI to avoid series defeat on their land. All eyes will be on Chris Gayle as there are high chances of him playing his last ODI. Both teams will move to Antigua after playing after this ODI to play the first Test of the two-match Test series.