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T20 WC 2022: Rain will not leave the chase till the last, clouds will rain heavily in the coming days too

Rain in T20 WC 2022: In the T20 World Cup 2022 (T20 WC 2022), both the matches got washed out due to rain on Friday. First Afghanistan-Ireland was dusted by rain and then the England-Australia match had to be cancelled. In both these matches, the toss could not be done. So far there have been a total of four matches in which the result could not come out due to rain. Now this trend is being feared to continue even further.

Actually, weather experts say that there will be more rain in Australia in the coming days. According to them, the effect of La Nina will continue throughout November and the rainy season will continue. That is, the rain will continue to spoil the fun of T20 World Cup 2022.

Bigger teams suffer more
In the T20 World Cup 2022, the winning team gets two points, but if the match is canceled, then both the teams are divided 1-1 points. In such a situation, it is not more difficult for the smaller teams than the cancellation of the match, but for the big teams, it can close the doors of the semi-finals.

So far three matches in Group-1 have been inconclusive due to rain. Among them, not a single ball could be bowled in the New Zealand-Afghanistan, Ireland-Afghanistan and Australia-England matches. In this group, it was raining in the England-Ireland match, due to which the result of the match had to be drawn by applying the Duckworth-Lewis rule. Here England had to face defeat by 5 runs. The South Africa and Zimbabwe match in Group 2 was also washed out by rain. Here the Proteas team was close to victory.

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