India vs England 2021, 3rd T20I: Weather Forecast And Pitch Report

India vs England 2021, 3rd T20I: Weather Forecast And Pitch Report

The hosts India and the visitors England will compete against each other on Tuesday (16th March) night which will be the third game of the five-match T20I series at Narendra Modi Stadium (Motera, Ahmedabad).

Currently, there is no leader in this series as it is standing in the 1-1 position with three matches to go. While England won the first T20I by 8 wickets, India equalled this series by claiming a 7-wicket victory in the next T20I.

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Virat Kohli and Eoin Morgan (Image Credits: BCCI)

India vs England 2021, 3rd T20I: Weather Forecast

This India vs England T20I match will be played at Narendra Modi Stadium (Motera, Ahmedabad) this Tuesday night. It has been scheduled to begin at 07:00 PM (19:00) local time.

According to the weather forecast, Tuesday will be a hot and warm day in Ahmedabad. The sky will be clear for the entire day as there is no rain threat for the entire day.

The maximum temperature for the day can be around 39°C while the minimum temperature for the day can be around 22°C. Cricket fans are expecting an exciting T20I match between these two top sides.

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India vs England 2021, 3rd T20I: Pitch Report

Narendra Modi Stadium (Motera, Ahmedabad) will host this India vs England T20I match. Ahead of this upcoming match, this venue already hosted two Tests and two T20Is in the last three weeks.

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Jason Roy plays a reverse-sweep. (Image Credit: Twitter)

The Test pitches were dryer as the spinners got huge benefit in those tracks. In the ongoing T20I series, the chasing sides comfortably won both the first two games. After scoring 124/7 in the first T20I, the hosts India failed to defend that tiny total as England chased down that target in 15.3 overs losing only two wickets. Meanwhile, after restricting the visitors to 164/6 (20 overs) in the second T20I, the hosts chased down the target in 17.5 overs after losing 7 wickets.