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ENG vs PAK 4th T20I Weather Forecast: Will rain play spoilsport at Kennington Oval?

ENG vs PAK 4th T20I Weather Forecast: Will rain play spoilsport at Kennington Oval?

The series has seen two games called off due to rain: the first and the third T20I was called off before a ball was bowled.

Finalists of the previous edition or the T20 World Cup England and Pakistan will battle it out in the 4th and final T20I of the series at the Kennington Oval in London on Thursday, May 30, in their last chance to prepare for the T20 World Cup 2024. The series has seen two games called off due to rain: the third T20I in Cardiff was called off before a ball was bowled, and the series opener in Leeds resulted in Jos Buttler’s England and Babar Azam’s Pakistan losing the mandatory match practice prior to the big tournament.

In the ENG vs PAK 2nd T20I, however, at Birmingham’s Edgbaston Cricket Stadium, both teams managed to reach the full 40 overs. The home team won by 23 runs, defending a total of 183 after bowling out the visitors for 160.

Will we see anything similar at the Kennington Oval in London during the England vs Pakistan 4th T20I, given that parts of the United Kingdom are experiencing rain and the series has already been impacted by weather? Let’s take a look at the London weather forecast for this match.

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ENG vs PAK 4th T20I Weather Forecast

The AccuWeather forecast for May 30 in London indicates that there may be some rain after noon, but that it will likely clear up before the game begins at 6:30 PM Local Time, when the maximum temperature is predicted to be 15° C.

Around Kennington Oval, there is a 70% chance of precipitation on Thursday, May 30. According to AccuWeather, the sky is expected to stay cloudy, but there is a chance that play will go on uninterrupted.

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