India vs West Indies 2019: 2nd T20I – Weather Forecast
After skipper, Virat Kohli made the monumental chase look easy in Hyderabad; Team India will be pumped up to seal the series when they go up against West Indies in the second match of the series. The Greenfield International Stadium in Kerala will hope for another thriller of a game on December 8 (Sunday).
India, who are auditioning for the ICC T20 World Cup 2020, will look to settle the bowling department. Virat Kohli said that there is still one option open in the bowling unit and Mohammed Shami might look to seal the spot after Deepak Chahar went for plenty in the first match. Besides, the Men in Blues need to work on their fielding after being sloppy on the field in the first outing.
On the other hand, West Indies have everything to worry with the kind of form India skipper Virat Kohli is in right now. Their batters did all the hardwork to post a 200+ total on the board, but the bowlers looked average in front of a classical Kohli knock. The Kieron Pollard-side have nothing much to work on ahead of the next match except they would want their bowlers to reduce the extras and hope to level the series.
Date and Place: India vs West Indies 2019, December 8 (Sunday), Thiruvananthapuram
As per reports in Accuweather, rain is predicted in Thiruvantham leading to the game which might reduce the number of overs. However, there is no rain in the forecast during the match, which can be good news for the spectators. The temperatures will be ranging below 30 degrees Celsius making it pleasant for the players to give their all in another thriller of a game.