India vs South Africa 2019: 3rd T20I, Bengaluru – Weather Forecast; After the washout in the first game, the Indian fans are more worried about the weather rather than the opposition. With Bengaluru venue expected to deliver a cracking contest, every cricket fanatic’s major tension is all about the weather forecast.

However, the news from the AccuWeather isn’t that great as well. Heavy rains and thunderstorms are in line to shower Bengaluru city for quite a period of time.

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Stop-start match on the cards:

Nonetheless, the only hope is that weather readings are low during the timings of the match. The final T20I of the series could well be a stop-start game. However, the good drainage system of Bengaluru will help the match to get started quickly.

India vs South Africa 2019: T20I – Weather Forecast 
Virat Kohli. Credit: BCCI

As per weather.com, there is low pressure over the east-central Arabian Sea and adjoining area and is expected to move westward on Sunday. However, the forecast of AccuWeather, chances of precipitation during the match hours hover around 30-40%. It means we could have a stop-start match on our hands.

The maximum temperature will be 26 degrees Celsius while the minimum temperature will hover around 20 degrees Celsius. Throughout the day, at different hours, there are more than 30 per cent chances of rain.

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The Chinnaswamy Stadium is one of the best grounds in India when it comes to T20s and the Indian skipper is a real fan-favourite here. With an average total of 185, the wicket here is a batting paradise and the relatively shorter boundaries are likely to increase the boundary count from the previous game.

If it rains in Bangalore and there is no game, India will win the series with a margin of 1-0, having won the second game in Mohali by seven wickets. India took a 1-0 lead in the three-match by registering a comprehensive 7-wicket win the 2nd T20I at Mohali. The first match of the series was washed out without a ball being bowled at Dharamsala.

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