IND vs SA 2nd Day Weather: At the end of the first day of the first Test being played at the SuperSport Park in Centurion, the South African team prevailed over the Indian team. South Africa won the toss and decided to bowl first. On the first day of the rain-affected match, India scored 208 runs for 8 wickets in 59 overs. During this period, KL Rahul was the only batsman with a half-century to his name and he returned unbeaten to the dressing room after scoring 70 runs. India have two wickets in hand and will try to score at least 250 runs in the first innings. A huge responsibility will be on KL Rahul to put up a respectable score. Fans would be expecting him to bat fast on the second day of the match.
havoc of bowlers on the first day
Kagiso Rabada was the best bowler of the match for South Africa on the first day, taking five wickets. At the end of the first day, Marco Jensen took one wicket while debutant Nandre Berger took 2 wickets. Gerald Coetzee was the fourth bowler used in the match but he did not get a single wicket. On the second day, South Africa’s target will be to all out the Indians as soon as possible. In such a situation, fans are expecting a tough competition. Meanwhile, a bad news has come for the fans regarding the weather.
Weather update in Centurion
In fact, after almost 30 overs were wasted on the first day due to rain, all eyes are on the second day’s play, but the weather is expected to deteriorate on the second day as well. According to the weather update, there is a possibility of light rain in Centurion today, due to which the match may be stopped at times. According to the weather update, the probability of rain in the match is 84%. It is expected to remain cloudy throughout the day. Due to which the match can be started a little sooner. To know the timing of the match, click on the link given below.
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