All eyes on weather as T20 World Cup moves to Florida

Broward County Stadium, Florida (Image: RevSportz)

The ICC T20 World Cup is in full swing, and the Indian team has moved to Florida to play against Canada on June 15. This upcoming leg of the tournament at Central Broward Regional Park promises to be exciting, with the latest reports indicating that all three scheduled matches will proceed as planned.

However, weather forecasts have raised some concerns, with rain and thunderstorms potentially affecting the fixtures. Fans and organisers alike hope that the weather will not severely impact the scheduled games. Fortunately, sources confirm that the venue’s top-quality drainage systems are prepared to handle any immediate needs, ensuring minimal disruption.

The match line-ups have the USA taking on Ireland on Friday, India facing Canada on Saturday and Ireland playing against Pakistan on Sunday.

Given the World Cup’s large scale, fans from around the globe are eagerly watching, hoping that the weather cooperates and does not dampen the spirit of the event. While India have already secured a spot in the Super Eights, the remaining teams have a lot riding on these matches and are hopeful for uninterrupted play.

If the USA versus Ireland game is a washout, the hosts will progress to the Super Eights, while Pakistan will be knocked out. The fate of Babar Azam’s team is hanging in the balance.