India vs New Zealand World Test Championship final : Southampton weather report for next 5 days 19 june to 23 june | rain latest updates | India V/S New Zealand final may receive heavy rain on Monday and Tuesday, weather will remain clear only on Reserve Day

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The start of the World Test Championship final between India and New Zealand did not go well. The first day of the Test was washed out due to rain. However, the threat of rain is not over yet. Including reserve day on June 23, there may be heavy rain for about 3 days in the next 5 days. June 20, 21 and 22 will be important in this.

According to the World Weather Online report, there is a chance of 90% rain on Monday and Tuesday. Many sessions in these 2 days can get washed away due to rain. However, the weather will be very clear on Reserve Day. Let us know how the weather can be in Southampton from 19 to 23 June and how it can affect the match.

June 19
On Saturday 60 to 80% of the rain can be expected. With this 86% cloud cover is expected. Due to the rain on the first day, there must have been a lot of moisture in the ground.

In such a situation, the team winning the toss can also bowl first. Due to cloudiness during the match, the bowlers will get a lot of help. The highest chance of rain is from 3 pm to 12 pm and this is also the timing of the match.

June 20
With rain on Sunday, the sun can also come out. There is a 60 to 80% chance of rain on this day as well. However, the timing of the rain will be reversed from the timing of the match. On 20th from 12 pm to 9 am there may be good rain. After this, the sun can come out during the day.

There is a possibility of 70% cloud cover on this day. In this case, all three seasons of the match can be played. If the match happens on this day, swing bowlers can dominate. If the Indian team bowls on this day, then the matter can be reversed.

21 June
Rain can become a villain on Monday. There is a chance of 80 to 90% rain on this day, while the cloud cover will be 99%. The onset of rain is expected from 3 pm onwards throughout the day. The highest rainfall is expected from 12 noon to 9 pm. At this time 2.3 to 2.5 mm of rain may occur. The game of the first and second sessions may be interrupted.

June 22
Some sessions on Tuesday may get washed away due to rain. There is a chance of 80 to 90% rain on this day. With this 73% cloud cover can be maintained. There is a possibility of rain up to 3.20 mm on Tuesday. It would be difficult to play in such a situation. Along with this, the wind can also move at a speed of 27 kilometers per hour. In such a situation, the match is almost certain to go on the reserve day. But looking at the match conditions, the reserve day is also less visible.

23 June
There is a 50% chance of rain on the reserve day. The cloud cover will also remain 50% on this day. According to the report of World Weather Online, sunshine can also be seen on this day. In such a situation, the game of all three sessions can be played without any problem. However, the wind will blow at a speed of 17 kilometers per hour. Overall, the Reserve Day conditions could be favorable for the Indian team.

Referee will decide on reserve day on day 5
According to the rules of the ICC, the referee will decide on the reserve day. They will keep giving any kind of information about the time to the media. Along with this, we will also tell how Reserve Day can be used. Whether there will be a reserve day and for how long, the referee will tell about one hour before the end of the match on the 5th day of the regular day.

If there is no result after 5 days of play, both teams will be declared joint winners. The ICC says that if the match is a draw or a tie, it will not be decided separately, but India and New Zealand will be considered joint winners.

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