IND vs AFG: How will be the weather in Indore during the second T20I match, know the weather update.

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Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore. (Photo Source: Getty Images)

India and Afghanistan will face each other in the second T20I of the 3-match series on Sunday, January 14. This match will be played at Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore. India are leading the series against Afghanistan 1-0 after registering a comfortable 6-wicket win in the first T20 match in Mohali on Thursday, January 11.

Thanks to the all-round performance of Shivam Dubey, India managed to win in the first T20I. He scored 60 runs in 40 balls and finished the match for India with a six. He bowled an economical spell of 2 overs in which he gave only 9 runs and took one wicket. India’s middle order batsman Jitesh Sharma impressed with 31 runs in 20 balls and Rinku Singh scored 16 runs, helping India seal the win.

After 14 months, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli will be seen playing T-20 together for India. Rohit returned in the first match. Virat did not play in the first T20I due to personal reasons. Meanwhile, the biggest question in the minds of fans is that how will be the weather in Indore during the second T20I?

IND vs AFG: How will be the weather in Indore?

It was very cold in Mohali during the first T20. There will be no such situation in Indore. The weather here will be clear and there will be heat during the day which is good news for the players. The maximum temperature is expected to be around 21 degrees Celsius, while the minimum temperature is likely to be around 16 degrees Celsius. There is no remote possibility of rain in Indore, but the effect of dew will be visible at night.

Let us tell you that this is the last T20 series for the Indian team before the T20 World Cup starting from June 1 against Afghanistan. In such a situation, the last two matches and the upcoming 17th edition of IPL will be very important for India, so that it can prepare its combination for this marquee tournament. India has not won a single ICC tournament for 11 years.

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