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England vs India: Will Rain Affect the Dharamsala Test? Concerning Update from the Report


However, a report claims that on March 7, India and England will play the last Test of their current five-match series in Dharamsala.

The existing five-match series between India and England concludes on March 7 in Dharamsala with the final Test scheduled to take place there. However, a report from The Telegraph suggests that there could be several disruptions to the event. In Dharamsala, cold weather with a high likelihood of rain is forecast. The study also stated that there is a possibility of a minimum temperature below -4 degrees Celsius and a maximum temperature of approximately 1 degree Celsius. The Telegraph claims that there’s even a chance of sleet.

In the meantime, India, the previous finalists, rose to the top of the World Test Championship rankings, dislodging New Zealand in the most recent table released on Sunday.

With an unbeatable 3-1 lead in the five-match series, India defeated England by five wickets in the fourth Test in Ranchi. India’s points percentage of 64.58 replaced that of the Kiwis.

India has eight games with five wins, two defeats, and a draw. The Black Caps have five games with three wins, two losses, and a point percentage of 60.00. India has 62 points from eight matches.

With four games played, 36 points, and a 75 points percentage, New Zealand was leading the standings heading into the Wellington Test.

Nevertheless, the 2021 WTC champions lost the top rank and fell to No. 2 with a points percentage of 60 after their crushing 172-run loss.

ranked third Australia now has 78 points from 11 games (seven wins, three defeats, and one tie), closing the gap following the Wellington Test. They gained 12 significant points.

Additionally, their points percentage went from 55 to 59.09.

If they win the second and final Test in Christchurch starting on March 8, the 2023 champions will have the chance to move up to second place, overtaking New Zealand in the process.

On March 7, India plays England in Dharamsala in the fifth and final Test match of the series.

If England wins the Dharamsala Test against India, Australia can move up to the top slot.



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