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How likely rains will affect India vs Sri Lanka 2nd ODI, Colombo?

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Shikhar Dhawan headed team India will be facing Sri Lanka in the second ODI match after their win in 2st ODI. The matches will be taking place at the Colombo’s R Premadasa Stadium. Check the reports here if rains will be affecting the 2nd ODI of India vs Sri Lanka.

During the first ODI it is team India which won the tournament by seven-wickets. Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav which were the best in the bowling whereas the batting skills of Prithvi Shaw, Ishan Kishan and Dhawan turned out to be great on their skills in match

How likely rains will affect India vs Sri Lanka 2nd ODI, Colombo?

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The second match of ODI is set to take place today that is Tuesday The tournament will be taking place at the some venue and there are no delay in the match expected.

The weather at Colombo is sunny and cloudy all together. The temperature will be 29 degree celsius in the city today. The precipitation is the climate will be 2% whereas the Wind speed will be 18km/h.

The humidity in the climate will be 74% and the chances of rains are less.

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The temperature in the city is lower then the average temperature however, there are hardly 10% of chances of rain during the match.

It is cloudy and evenings will be possibly more cloudy then afternoon at Colombo. Team India often regarded as the Men in Blue are the winners of the first ODI it is a wait to watch which team will be bagging the winning title of the second ODI.

It is a 50 over format match where Sri Lanka has a fair chance to win the match. They can make up the score of 1-1 by winning the match over team India.

However, team India on the other hand is all packed with the view win the second ODI of the series.

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