Toss for T20 World Cup Finals delayed, fear of rain glooms too

New Delhi: ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 final will be played between Pakistan and England. The toss for the game scheduled to be held at 1 pm which has now been revised. The toss will now be held at 12.52 pm as per the new timetable.

The Pakistan team is being led by Babar Azam in the game in which they will face England. They will be competing in a bid to lift the T20 World Cup Trophy. The game will be played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCC) on Sunday.

The toss has been moved by eight minutes because of a musical show which is scheduled to happen after the show. After the completion of the match a fireworks show is also scheduled once the new champions are determined.

Fear of rain looms over the finals

The staff of the both the team will be closely watching over the weather developments. The gloomy weather forecasts can turn out to be a big hinderance for the final decider. As per weather forecast, heavy rain is expected to pour on the day of the match.

The weather can turn out to be unfavorable as heavy rains can occur as an impact of the La-Nina phenomenon which continues to hover over the region of Eastern Australia.

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