Eng vs Ned World Cup 2023 Weather Report

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The ICC World Cup 2023 is gearing up for another intriguing clash between England and the Netherlands, set to take place on November 8 at the MCA Stadium in Pune. While both teams have been eliminated from semifinal contention, they’ll aim to improve their position in the points table in this almost dead-rubber match.

In this edition of the World Cup, England’s performance has been lackluster, winning only one of their seven games. Jos Buttler leads the team, and they secured a victory over Bangladesh but suffered six losses to New Zealand, Afghanistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, India, and Australia.

The Netherlands, on the other hand, have won two out of their seven matches, defeating South Africa and Bangladesh while losing to Pakistan, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Australia, and Afghanistan.

Weather Report

The weather report for the ENG vs NED match indicates that the temperature in Pune on November 8 will be 32°C during the day and 22°C at night. The skies are expected to be cloudy both day and night, with a 24% chance of rain during the day and a 38% chance at night. These conditions could potentially impact the match, with moderate humidity ranging from 61% during the day to 78% at night.

As for the pitch, the MCA Stadium in Pune is known for high-scoring encounters. The average first innings total in ODIs at this venue is 300, with the average second innings total at 264. Both teams batting first and second have won five matches each out of the ten ODIs played here. Notably, South Africa holds the record for the highest team total at the stadium, with 357/4. The pitch favors batsmen, as evidenced by South Africa’s recent 350-plus total in a World Cup match at this venue.

Despite neither team advancing to the semifinals, the ENG vs NED clash promises an exciting battle in Pune, and the pitch conditions and weather may play crucial roles in determining the outcome of the match.

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