IND vs BAN T20 match Gujarat cyclone news – After losing the first T20 International in Delhi, Team India along with winners Bangladesh will be playing the second T20 International at the Saurashtra Stadium in Rajkot. While the first T20 International was under threat due to the pollution issues, the second one seems to be interrupted with rains due to the ‘Cyclone Maha’.
Even though Delhi had a high level of air pollution during the first T20I, the match somehow went off nicely especially for the Bangladeshi cricket team and their fans. Bangladesh won their first-ever T20 International match in the national capital of India.
IND vs BAN T20 match Gujarat cyclone news – Now the cyclone threat looms over the second T20 International at Rajkot. The Maha Extreme storm moved away from the western coast of India yesterday and now it has turned to head over the Gujarat coast.
Cricket expert cum commentator, Harsha Bhogle raised concerns about the unpredicted weather. He commented on Twitter saying, ‘With the game ahead in Rajkot, news of cyclone on the west coast will hit Gujarat on 6 or 7 November. A red alert has been issued by the government, especially for the fisherman of Saurashtra.’ He also said that people must be safe in such unpredictable weather.
IND vs BAN T20 match Gujarat cyclone news – According to the reports of Skymet Weather, the cyclone will hit the Gujarat coast. The storm may hit regions of Diu and Porbandar on November 7th and the speed will be around 80 to 90 mph. It may even cross 100 mph.
Another report from the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), said that this cyclone will pass over the Arabian Sea at about 640 km of the west-south-west of Porbandar. This storm will weaken the coast of Gujarat around the morning time of 7th November.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) also said that this storm is likely to be intensified as a severe cyclonic storm.
IND vs BAN T20 match Gujarat cyclone news
Responding to this concern, the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium said that they are fully prepared to host the game and will also keep a close check on the weather at the same time.