India and Australia are set to lock horns in the final of the World Test Championship 2023 taking place at The Oval in Kennington, near London. The final battle of the WTC Cycle will commence from June 7 to June 11, with June 12 slated as reserve day. After having a successful 16th edition of the Indian Premier League, India players have shifted their focus on the ultimate Test championship and have their eyes on the prestigious mace. The Indian squad, under the leadership of veteran Rohit Sharma are looking forward to bringing home an ICC trophy after almost a decade.
The upcoming cricket battle will see two cricketing giants in one of the most anticipated matches. Though it is difficult to predict the winner of the summit clash of the WTC Final, it is expected to be a lip-smacking battle. India defeated Australia in the last series to retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy by 2-1. As both the teams are geared up for the upcoming fixture, it’s important to see what kind of a role weather would play in the final of WTC.
For Day 2 of the WTC Final, the temperature is likely to be around 21°C with 8 per cent chances of rain. The temperature is expected to go down to 11° C at night with a 10 per cent chance of rain. The forecast also suggests that there will be around 59 per cent chances of humidity during the day, and the number is expected to rise to 72 per cent at night.