England vs India 2018, 3rd T20I, Bristol – Weather Forecast
With the series currently tied at 1-1, both England and India will square off in the third and the final Twenty20 International to win the series at Bristol on July 8 (Sunday).
Meanwhile, England learnt from most of their mistakes at Old Trafford to ensure India’s spinners had much less of an impact in Cardiff. However, they will have a selection problem in this game with Ben Stokes available for this match. He recovered from his injury he sustained during the Pakistan series and is likely to make it to the XI straight away.
On the other hand, the defeat in Cardiff will not force Virat Kohli to bring changes in the playing XI this early. However, the form of Shikhar Dhawan at the top will keep them thinking.
Furthermore, Suresh Raina has probably done enough to deny Dinesh Karthik and newcomer Krunal Pandya a chance in the T20Is. It will be a cracker of a game with both teams eyeing a winning start to this long tour.
According to Accuweather, it will be sunny leading into the series decider. The temperatures will hover around 27 degrees Celcius to 30 degrees during the match time.
Although there will be passing clouds during the game time, there are no chances of rain at all. As a result, the fans will get to enjoy full 40 overs of power-packed entertainment.
Meanwhile, there are short, straight boundaries which can make it a challenge for spinners.
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