WTC Final 2023 | How much is the threat of sky attack today on the second day of WTC Final, know what the weather forecast says, today Indian bowlers will have to do ‘this’ as soon as they enter the field

Today is the second day of the ongoing WTC Final 2023 between India and Australia. The match will start at 3 pm. Significantly, the WTC Final 2023 AUS vs IND is being played at the Kennington Oval, ie The Oval, London. Let’s know what will be the weather today. On the first day of the World Test Championship Final 2023, the weather played love, the rain did not break the havoc. And, on the first day, the Australian team laid a strong foundation by batting brilliantly. Australia scored 327 runs at the loss of 3 wickets in 85 overs on the first day. This is a wake up call for India. Because, if Australia scores another 200 or 300 runs on the second day of the match, then there will be a crisis for Team India. That’s why captain Rohit Sharma and the team will have to take the field today with a change in bowling strategy. So that, between 20 and 35 overs, the remaining 7 wickets could fall. Read this also Today’s weather forecast shows that even today there is no threat of sky attack. There is no chance of rain. It will be partly cloudy from morning to evening, but it will be sunny at match time and the weather will remain pleasant till evening in London. Talking about the day temperature, the temperature at The Oval in London will be around 15°C this morning, going up to 20°C in the afternoon and 21°-22°C in the evening. It is believed that according to the morning weather in London, like yesterday, Indian bowlers can take wickets of Australia. Significantly, in this match of WTC Final 2023, scheduled between June 7 and June 11, this India won the toss and invited Australia to bat first. At the moment, Australia’s score is 327 runs at the loss of 3 wickets. At the crease, Steve Smith (Steve Smith) scored 95 runs in 227 balls and Travis Head (156 balls) scored 146 runs. Today Indian bowlers will have to break this partnership first. -Vinay Kumar

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