The second Test of the two-match Test series between the hosts Pakistan and the visitors South Africa will start on this Thursday (4th February) morning. Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium (Rawalpindi) will host this series conclusion game.
Currently, the hosts Pakistan are leading this Test series by 1-0 with one Test to go. The hosts Pakistan won the first Test of this series at Karachi by 7 wickets. While South Africa must have to win the second or last game of this Test series to only save this Test series, Pakistan just need a draw to win this Test series.
Pakistan vs South Africa 2021, 2nd Test: Weather Forecast
The last game of the Test series between Pakistan and South Africa will be played at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium (Rawalpindi) between this Thursday (4th February) and upcoming Monday (8th February). This match has been scheduled to begin at 10:00 AM local time every day.
According to the weather forecast, the sky can be some cloudy during the opening day of this Test match. But the other days of this Test match can mostly experience the sunny sky. There are little chance of rain during the opening day of this Test match. However, there are almost no threat of raining for the other days of this Test match. So, the cricket fans can expect another good Test match between Pakistan and South Africa at Rawalpindi.
According to the weather forecast, the match days temperatures can be between 23°C and 5°C.
Pakistan vs South Africa 2021, 2nd Test: Pitch Report
Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium (Rawalpindi) will host this last Test match of this series between Pakistan and South Africa. After the restart of Test cricket in Pakistan in December 2019, Rawalpindi has already hosted two Tests, where Pakistan vs Sri Lanka Test had the draw result in December 2019 but Pakistan beat Bangladesh by an innings & 44 runs in February 2020.
At this Test venue, the fresh pitch provides some useful help for the pacers. The second and third day are generally better for the batsmen at this Test venue, so, the toss winning side can also consider to bowl first. While the fast bowlers can be useful at this Test venue, the spinners can play effective roles in the late moment of a Test match.