IND vs AUS World Cup 2023 Final: The final match of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup is going to be played on Sunday (November 19) between the world’s two greatest teams, India and Australia. This match, to be held at Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, will be played from 12 noon Indian time. Every cricket lover is keeping an eye on how the weather of the city will be on this day.
According to the Indian Meteorological Centre, the weather of Ahmedabad on Sunday will be completely favorable for the sports event. The weather will be absolutely suitable for both the teams to face each other on the pitch. With bright sunshine and clear sky, the maximum temperature is expected to be a record 33 degrees and the minimum temperature will be 21 degrees Celsius.
There is no chance of rain
The Meteorological Department has predicted no rain at all on Sunday, while the humidity level is expected to increase in the evening as the game progresses. In simple words, there is no possibility of rain causing any disruption in the match.
Weather will remain clear throughout the week, temperature will be up to 34 degrees
According to IMD, the weather of Ahmedabad is expected to remain clear from 19 to 22 November. At the same time, there will be sunshine on 23rd and 24th November also. After Sunday, the maximum temperature of the city is expected to be 34 degrees Celsius for the next 3 days i.e. till 22nd November. Apart from this, on November 23 and 24, the temperature is likely to increase by one degree Celsius to 34 degrees.
1.32 lakh spectators can sit in Narendra Modi Stadium
Meanwhile, the cricket stadium located within the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Sports Enclave of Ahmedabad has a seating capacity of 132,000 spectators. According to this capacity, this stadium is counted among the largest cricket grounds in the world. Two great cricket teams, India and Australia, are ready to clash in the final match to hoist the flag of their victory on this ground.
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