Chances of Rain in India- Australia 1st T20 Mohali
The India-Australia T20 match will be played at IS Bindra International Cricket Stadium Mohali today. It is expected to remain houseful during this period. The ground has hosted 5 T20 matches to date. The first match was played here on 12 December 2009.
The last T20 match was played on 18 September 2019. There was no T20 match here during the Kovid period. Therefore, all the tickets for the competition being held now have been sold out. The ground can seat 27,000 spectators.
The sky of Mohali has been covered with dark clouds since morning
Rain looms large over the India-Australia T20 match at the IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali on Tuesday evening. The sky of Mohali has been covered with dark clouds since morning and it is raining lightly. For the first time after the Corona epidemic, such a big match has been kept at Mohali Stadium.
Chance of rain for 2-3 days
Chandigarh Meteorological Department director Manmohan Singh said that there is a possibility of rain in the afternoon. Chandigarh, Mohali, and Panchkula will remain cloudy for the next 2 and 3 days. There is also a chance of light rain.
Water will come out of the stadium in half an hour
It has been claimed by the management of Mohali stadium that if it rains during the match then the stadium will be dried in half an hour. All arrangements have been made to drain the water from the stadium. After the claims of the Meteorological Department, the stadium management has become fully aware.
Match will start at 7:30 pm
If the spectators want to enjoy the match with the first ball, then they should reach the field shortly before the scheduled time. The sooner they get closer to the field, the sooner they will be able to enter the stadium. Because they may take time to get entry due to the checking equipment installed at the gate.