India vs Pakistan ICC T20 World Cup 2022: Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Pitch Report And Weather Conditionst

India and Pakistan will clash on October 23rd at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. This game will be the first match for both sides in the 2022 T20 World Cup. Here, we take a look at the pitch report of Melbourne Cricket Ground for the India vs Pakistan match and the weather conditions in Melbourne for the ICC T20 World Cup 2022.


India lost to Pakistan in the previous edition. This eventually led to their early exit from the tournament. However, the team is in good form now and will hope to beat the Pakistani squad. India needs to tackle the initial overs of the Pakistan pace attack and that will remain the crucial hurdle for the men in blue.

Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne pitch report for ICC T20 World Cup 2022 India vs Pakistan match

MCG is an iconic venue and it has, so far, seen a total of 15 T20I encounters. The teams batting second have won the majority of the games at this stadium. However, with the slightly long boundaries, teams defending also have a chance. But with rainfall likely to happen, captains will be inclined towards bowling first.


The average score batting first is around 140 at the MCG. This venue has often seen close encounters and it is expected that India vs Pakistan game will also be the same.

Melbourne weather conditions for ICC T20 World Cup 2022 India vs Pakistan match

The big talking point ahead of the India vs Pakistan match is the weather conditions in Melbourne. While the temperature is going to range between 20 Degrees Celsius and 10 Degrees Celsius, the main problem lies with the rainfall prediction.

As per the predictions, there is a likelihood of rain on Sunday, and this will be a big concern for the organizers. India vs Pakistan is a marquee clash, and the tournament shall be incomplete without the two sides meet. It needs to be seen if we would get a full game or a shortened encounter this Sunday. Fans will hope for the former.


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