The Indian team is scheduled to play in Trivandrum in the second match of the T20 series against the West Indies this evening. In the three-match series, Team India won the first match and took a 1-0 lead. With winning the second match, India's series will be captured. However, both teams may face a problem in this match.
The match played at the Greenfield Stadium in Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram) is unlikely to have played the full 20 overs. It is feared that rain may disturb during the match. This match is more important for India than it is for the West Indies. If India wins the series with a win, the winning team must win to stay in the series.
May not be able to complete 20-20 overs
Before watching India and West Indies T20 match this evening, there is a fear in the audience here. Fans are afraid that the fun of the match may not get gritty due to rain. There is a possibility of rain in the match and it may not cancel the match, but it is doubtful that the entire 20–20 overs can be done.
Stadium Drainage System Brilliant
Biju is commanded by this ground. He is the pitch curator here and he has said that if there is a disturbance in the match due to rain, then all arrangements are made to deal with it. The drainage system of this ground is very good and in case of rain, the ground staff knows how to do it. There is a total of 3500 pipes waiting under the turf, so the match can be restarted within just 30 minutes of the rain stop.
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