West Indies vs Sri Lanka 2021, 2nd T20I: Weather Forecast And Pitch Report

West Indies vs Sri Lanka 2021, 2nd T20I: Weather Forecast And Pitch Report

The hosts West Indies are ready to face the visitors Sri Lanka in the second game of the three-match T20I series which will be played on Friday (5th March) evening at Coolidge Cricket Ground (Antigua).

At present, West Indies are leading this T20I series by the 1-0 margin as they won the opening game of this series by four wickets. While West Indies are one victory away to win this series, Sri Lanka must have to win both the remaining matches to snatch this T20I series.

West Indies, Sri Lanka, 2nd T20I, Weather, Pitch, Antigua
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West Indies vs Sri Lanka 2021, 2nd T20I: Weather Forecast

This West Indies vs Sri Lanka T20I match will be played at Coolidge Cricket Ground (Antigua) on Friday evening. It has been scheduled to begin at 06:00 PM (18:00) local time.

According to the weather forecast, the sky will be mostly clear for the entire day. There is no rain threat for the entire day. So, the fans can expect another good T20I match without any frustrating interruption.

The maxiumum temperature of the day can be around 28°C. On the other hand, the minimum temperature of the day can be around 23°C.

West Indies, Sri Lanka, 2nd T20I, Weather, Pitch, Antigua

West Indies vs Sri Lanka 2021, 2nd T20I: Pitch Report

Coolidge Cricket Ground (Antigua) will host this T20I match which hosted the opening game of this series, which was also the first international match at this venue.

West Indies, Sri Lanka, 2nd T20I, Weather, Pitch, Antigua
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In the opening match of this series, Sri Lankan spinners were very useful as Akila Dananjaya (3/62) got a hat-trick before conceding six sixes in an over against Kieron Pollard while Wanindu Hasaranga (3/12) also bowled very well. However, Caribbean bowlers were also disciplined who had lack of spinners. While Sri Lanka scored 131/9 (20 overs) in the first innings, West Indies chased down that target in 13.1 overs but losing 6 wickets.

In that game, batting was not very easy. Around 165+ total could be defendable.