India vs West Indies 3rd ODI Trinidad weather forecast will rain affect match in Port of Spain queen park oval report

India vs west indies 2019, 3rd odi, weather update: of west indies Rain played an important role in T20 and ODI series against. Even in the T20 series, rain interrupted the match from time to time. The rain also spoiled the fun of ODI series after T20 series. The first ODI was washed away due to rain and in the second ODI, the match was delayed due to rain. The third ODI is also to be played at Queens Park Oval, Port of Spain. In such a situation, the weather of Trinidad is expected to be bad once again.

After the first and second match rain was interrupted, there is a possibility of rain in this match also. Weather experts believe that today will be a cloudy day. Rain is expected in the third ODI as well. Chance of rain is said to be 52 percent. The maximum temperature will be 34 degrees. This is not good news for West Indies fans, as it is also weakening their chances of returning to the series.

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Rains can play an important role in the third ODI between India and the West Indies. The team that has batted first in five of the last six ODIs at this ground has won. In such a situation, the toss is going to play an important role once again.

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Explain that in the second ODI, the West Indies were given low targets. India scored 279 runs thanks to Virat Kohli's brilliant century. West Indies had a target of 280 runs in front. In this match, Shreyas Iyer also scored 71 runs in 68 balls, but due to rain, the West Indies were given a target of 270 in 46 overs. The West Indies team collapsed at 210 and lost the match by 59 runs.

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