Check Out the Weather & Pitch Report India vs England 4th Test 2021

India is all set to lock horns with England in the fourth and last Test match. The game will be held at the Motera Stadium. There has been a lot of talks about the pitch of the stadium as the last match got over in a couple of days and India won the game by 10 wickets.

March 3, 2021

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India is all set to lock horns with England in the fourth and last Test match. The game will be held at the Motera Stadium. There has been a lot of talks about the pitch of the stadium as the last match got over in a couple of days and India won the game by 10 wickets. Questions had been raised about the nature of the pitch by a few Indian and overseas cricketers. As of now, the four-match series stands on 2-1 and in this article, we shall bring to you the weather and the pitch report of the game. India vs England 4th Test 2021 Preview: Likely Playing XIs, Key Battles, Head to Head and Other Things You Need to Know About IND vs ENG Cricket Match in Ahmedabad.

India vs England 4th Test 2021, Rain Forecast & Weather Report From Ahmedabad: Check Pitch Report of Motera Stadium

So mostly for the next five days, the weather is going to be hot and the players will have to keep themselves hydrated to protect themselves from immense heat. The weather will be around 36 degrees Celcius and on the following day, the weather will be 37 degrees Celcius. On the third and fourth day of the game, the hot temperatures of 38 degrees Celcius. On the last day, the temporaries of 37 degrees Celcius will be welcoming the fans and the cricketers. Here’s the snapshot of the weather below:

Ahmedabad weather report (Photo Credits: Twitter)

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Pitch Report: 

The pitch will continue to turn as we saw in the third Test match. However, the curators have now said that they have made a batting wicket and one can expect big runs on the board.

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