India and South Africa to square at 5th T20I in Bengaluru on Sunday evening© Twitter
The five-time ongoing T20I series between India and South Africa is currently level at 2-2 and both teams have everything to play for the series winner on Sunday evening at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. At the fourth T20I, the Indian team defeated the Proteas by 87 runs to make the series stand out, and in the end, it will be interesting to see if both teams make any changes to the XI playing them.
However, as things stand, the biggest question right now is whether the rain will spoil the fifth T20I?
It has been raining in Bengaluru since last week and the Ranji Trophy matches between Madhya Pradesh-Bengal and Mumbai-Uttar Pradesh are also affected by the rain.
According to Accuweather, hurricanes are expected at 7 PM with cloud cover at 99 per cent by evening and night. Humidity is also expected to be around 92 per cent.
Accuweather said fog conditions are expected to remain for the entire duration of the match and cloud cover will be 99 per cent.
After losing the first two T20Is, the Indian Team developed a supportive fight and the team won back-to-back matches to win the series 2-2.
After the series against South Africa, the Indian team will face Ireland in a T20I-two series, starting on May 26.
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