The ODI series between India and South Africa is currently level at 1-1. The final match will be played on Tuesday 11th October in Delhi’s Arun Jaitley Stadium.
India suffered a very disappointing loss in the first ODI to team West Indies at Lucknow. However, they managed to come back strong and into control when they secured a total of 278 runs, with an excellent 161-run partnership between Shrey and Ishan Kishan.
Due to the recent 4 times higher than usual rainfall in Delhi, it’s likely that this Tuesday’s One Day International encounter with Team India and South Africa will be canceled due to rain. The Indian team that won the second ODI will hope to win the series in the third one, at Arun Jaitley Stadium.
Though it has been raining in Delhi for the last few days, the pitch would be dry when the match begins. There may be some moisture on its surface, which will make it play differently than usual. It favours seamers and swing bowlers while making it difficult for the batsmen to trust the pitch. The ones winning the toss would look to bowl first in order to put pressure on the opponent’s batting.