Asia Cup 2023: Clouds Of Gloom Loom Large Over IND Vs PAK Fixture In Kandy — Check Forecast


India Vs Pakistan, Kandy Weather Report: The Asia Cup 2023 began on August 30, with two matches — Pakistan Vs Nepal and Sri Lanka Vs Bangladesh — already played. As excitement build for the continental bragging rights, the most awaited match between India and Pakistan hangs in balance. All thanks to the weather gods. In the Asia Cup 2023 group stage, India vs Pakistan Asia are scheduled to lock horns on September 2, Saturday, at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium. However, gloomy clouds loom over the plausible clash. 

According to, in Kandy, Deiyannewela, it will remain mostly cloudy with occasional thunderstorms and a high probability of a downpour today (September 2). As per AccuWeather, the day will remain cloudy and humid with showers this afternoon in Kandy. The BBC Weather forecast also predicts thundershowers and a gentle breeze throughout the day in Kandy.

Kandy Weather Forecast September 2 

The weather forecast by AccuWeather for September 2 predicts that Kandy will have a thick cloud cover with a 94% probability of a downpour. It also predicts a 99% chance of rain in the second half of the day, right around the time when the India Vs Pakistan Asia Cup 2023 match is slated for. 

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What Happens If India Vs Pakistan Asia Cup 2023 Group Stage Match Is Washed Out?

If the India vs Pakistan match in the Asia Cup 2023 is affected by rain and ends up being washed out, the following scenarios would unfold:

1. India Beats Nepal: If India manages to defeat Nepal in their group-stage match, then both India and Pakistan will advance to the Super Fours stage. The outcome of the India vs Pakistan match would have no impact on the teams proceeding to the next round.

2. Nepal Beats India: In the unlikely event that Nepal defeats India in their group-stage match, Pakistan and Nepal would proceed to the Super Fours stage. This scenario is less likely given Nepal’s lower ranking and inexperience in the tournament compared to India.


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