India Women vs South Africa Women 2021, 4th Women’s ODI – Weather Forecast And Pitch Report

India Women vs South Africa Women 2021, 4th Women’s ODI – Weather Forecast And Pitch Report

The fourth game of the five-match Women’s ODI series between the hosts India Women and the visitors South Africa Women will be played on Sunday (14th March) at Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium (Lucknow).

Currently, the visiting team is leading this series by a 2-1 margin. While the visitors won the first and third matches of this series, the hosts also claimed a big victory in the second match of this series.

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India Women vs South Africa Women 2021, 4th Women’s ODI – Weather Forecast

India Women and South Africa Women will meet on Sunday at Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium (Lucknow). It will be another day ODI match which will begin at 09:00 AM local time.

The weather forecast suggests that the sky will be clear for the entire day as there is no threat of rain. In the previous Women’s ODI last Friday (12th March), everyone was stunned due to the late rain while the match was in the final thrilling position. Rain put a huge impact on the late period of that game as India Women didn’t get their last chance to change the fate of that match.

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India Women vs South Africa Women 2021, 4th Women’s ODI – Pitch Report

Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium (Lucknow) will again host the Women’s ODI match between India Women and South Africa Women. This venue has already hosted the first three matches of this series, where the chasing teams won all those three matches.

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While the set batters are scoring the runs comfortably, the new batters are struggling to maintain the early situation. In the first two matches, both the teams comfortably chased the low targets as South Africa Women won the first match by 8 wickets and India Women won the next match by 9 wickets. In the last match, while the rain stopped the match just before the final 21 balls of the game, South Africa Women claimed a 6-run victory by DLS method.