IND vs SA 5th T20: ‘Rain again’ முறை The rule for reducing overs is this: Stay tuned!

The five-match T20 series between India and South Africa is underway. The first 4 matches are over and both teams are tied 2-2.

The final match of the series starts today at the Chinnachamy Stadium in Bangalore. South Africa won the toss and elected to bowl first. South Africa have won the toss and elected to bowl 5 times.

Rain Interruption:

Just minutes before the first ball of the 5th match, the rain interrupted. The match started after 50 minutes as the rain lasted for almost 35 minutes.

Maharaj Wrong:

Meanwhile, South African captain spinner Keshav Maharaj came on to bowl the first over as the pitch was expected to favor the pace at the start due to rain. Opener Ishant Kishan, who considered profit until he got it, hit two sixes in the first over. Thus, India had progress from the start.

However, Ishant Kishan was bowled out for 15 (7) in the next over. In the next fourth over, Rudraj Kejriwal bowled 10 (12) in the same innings. Thus, the Indian team is stumbling 28/2 in 3.3 overs.

The match has been postponed due to rain interruption at this time.

Rain Terms:

If the match starts and takes place and the match is postponed due to rain, one over will be reduced every four minutes. In that case the match will be played with 5 overs if it starts again at 9.45 am.

If it still rains after 9.45am, the game will be declared canceled.

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