Rain is likely to disrupt the highly awaited Pakistan vs. England ICC T20 World Cup final.
The Australian Government’s Bureau of Meteorology has issued a warning, indicating that Sunday’s rain is likely.
Sunday is expected to bring showers (8 to 20 mm) with a 95% probability, which could jeopardise the championship game.
On Sunday, more than 90,000 spectators are anticipated at the stadium, but if the weather is bad, that number could significantly decline.
The playing rules for the T20 World Cup knockout matches allow for a reserve day, but the forecast for Monday is the same as it was for Sunday.
In contrast to round matches, the finals and semifinals require a minimum of 10 overs to be bowled in order to be deemed a full match.
If there isn’t a playable scenario in the final, both finalists will be declared winners jointly.