West Indies vs India: Weather forecast for 3rd ODI

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Jun 30, 2017, 2:22 pm IST
Updated Jun 30, 2017, 2:47 pm IST
A victory against the West Indies will give Virat Kohli's India an unassailable 2-0 lead in the 5-match ODI series.
With rain hampering the first two ODIs, all eyes will be on the third match at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, in Antigua. (Photo: AP)
 With rain hampering the first two ODIs, all eyes will be on the third match at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, in Antigua. (Photo: AP)

North Sound: After a doubtful first couple of ODIs, we can finally look forward to an uninterrupted match between West Indies and India at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, in North Sound, Antigua, on Friday.

The pitch at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium has traditionally been a slow-ish one, offering a lot of help to the bowlers. However, partial cloud cover could aid the pace bowlers.

 

Weather report for North Sound, Antigua. (Photo: Screengrab/ Accuweather)Weather report for North Sound, Antigua. (Photo: Screengrab/ Accuweather)

Weather report for North Sound, Antigua. (Photo: Screengrab/ Accuweather)Weather report for North Sound, Antigua. (Photo: Screengrab/ Accuweather)

Only on three occasions have teams crossed the 300-run mark on this ground. The highest score at this ground was 322 for six by Australia against hosts West Indies in the Super Eight stage of the 2007 ICC World Cup.

India are currently leading Jason Holder and co 1-0 in the five-match ODI series, after the first game was washed out, while the second one was clinched by 105 runs by Virat Kohli’s men.

A victory in this match will give India an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.





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