The action in Adelaide, where India vs England T20 World Cup Semi-Final will be played. Has already been impacted by rain. Rain fell the night before, and the city is now overcast.

India will take on England in the much-awaited second semifinal of the 2022 T20 World Cup. No team lost more than one game in the Super 12 of the tournament. India’s matches were not greatly impacted by the weather, but several of England’s games at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, including their much-awaited encounter against Australia, were.

India thoroughly trounced England in a recent bilateral T20 series. Since the beginning of 2017. Neither England nor India have won a bilateral series played at either location. India won 2-1 in a three-match series against England in 2022 that was played at their venue.

The idea of a World Cup semifinal game stretching into a reserve day doesn’t bring joy to Indian fans. When New Zealand batted first in the 2019 World Cup semifinal. Rain forced the players to leave the field in the 47th over of their innings. After the umpires waited more than four overs for the weather to be suitable for a game, play was called off for the day.

The next day, New Zealand completed their innings with a score of 239/8, and India’s season was ended as a result of their 18-run defeat. It turned out to be the legendary former captain MS Dhoni’s last international game.

Will it rain during the semi-final between India and England?

Rain seemed to have very little chance of affecting the game in any manner. Adelaide was continuously raining last night, and the city is today engulfed in a dense cloud cover. Despite the prediction calling for lows in the 20s owing to the incessant overnight rain, the weather is pleasant. However, it is unlikely that Adelaide’s weather will have any impact on the semifinal.

What if the IND vs. ENG game is canceled?

This time, the game will have a reserve day. There is very little chance that the semi-final will be postponed, even if it does rain. The reserve day will be used if it is determined that each side does not bowl at least five overs. The club that placed better in the standings will play in the championship game if the reserve day is also canceled. In this case, that would be India because they had won Group 2 and England had finished in second.