New Delhi. Today is the fourth day of the Leeds Test (IND vs ENG, Leeds Test 4th Day) between India and England. India is still 139 runs behind England. Captain Virat Kohli (45 *) and Cheteshwar Pujara (91 *) are frozen at the crease. There has been a 99-run partnership between the two for the third wicket. To keep India’s hopes alive in this match, it is necessary for both of them to stay at the crease. In the first two Tests of the series, there was an obstacle due to rain. But so far in the Leeds Test, the game has not been disturbed much due to the weather.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan has given the update regarding the weather on the fourth day. Indian cricket fans will be happy knowing him. Because the chance of rain in Leeds today is very less. In such a situation, today is a good day for batting.
Vaughan tweeted that Badal is missing in Leeds, great day to bat. On his tweet, former Indian batsman Wasim Jaffer shared the picture of Nazarbattu. In the picture shared by BCCI before the start of the fourth day’s play, it is also seen sunny in Leeds. At the same time, the indication of the Meteorological Department’s report is also in this direction.
IND vs ENG Leeds Test 4th Day Weather Forecast: When Michael Vaughan gave a big update about the weather on the fourth day of the Leeds Test, Wasim Jaffa also supported him in some way. (wasim jaffer twitter)
According to Accuweather.com, Leeds may see partly cloudy sky for a few hours on the fourth day. But as the match game progresses, the hide and seek of the clouds will end and the sun will bloom. At the same time, the wind speed will also be 7 km per hour in the afternoon. In such a situation, at least it is a matter of relief for the Indian batsmen. The temperature will be around 18 to 20 degrees throughout the day.
IND vs ENG Leeds Test 4th Day Weather Forecast: Know the weather pattern on the fourth day of Leeds Test. (Accuweather.Com)
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India had scored 215 for 2 on the third day.
Earlier, India had scored 215 for 2 at the end of the third day’s play. Captain Virat Kohli (45*) and Cheteshwar Pujara (91*) returned unbeaten. When Rohit Sharma got out after scoring 59, KL Rahul could only score 8 runs. In reply to India’s 78, England scored 432 runs in the first innings. Captain Joe Root played the highest innings of 121 runs. Apart from him, three English batsmen scored half-centuries. Mohammed Shami took 4 wickets for India. Apart from them, Mohammad Siraj and Jasprit Bumrah took 2-2 wickets. The same number of wickets came in the account of all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja.
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