There is also a threat of rain in the final match of Asia Cup 2023 to be played between India and Sri Lanka. There are high chances of rain in Colombo on Sunday. However, a reserve day has been kept for the title match. Under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma, the Indian team will take the field with the intention of winning the Asia Cup title for the 8th time.
The final match of Asia Cup 2023 is to be played between India and Sri Lanka at the R Premadasa Cricket Stadium in Colombo on Sunday. Rohit's platoon will take the field with the intention of becoming the champion of Asia for the 8th time. At the same time, under the captaincy of Dasun Shanaka, the Sri Lankan team will try its best to defend the title.
However, there is a high possibility of rain on the day of the final match in Colombo. In such a situation, the question arises that if the title match gets washed out due to rain, then how will the winning team be decided? Let us answer all these questions arising in your mind.
There is 80 percent chance of rain on the day of the final match between India and Sri Lanka (IND vs SL). That means, like the Super-4 round, rain will keep coming and going in the title match also. Keeping this in mind, a reserve day has been kept for the final. This means that if the final match is not completed on Sunday due to rain, then Monday will also be available to complete the match.
Now if it rains heavily in Colombo on both Sunday and Monday, then how will the winner be decided? Even on the reserve day, if Indra Dev rains throughout the day and not a single ball is played, then both the teams will share the trophy. Let us tell you that according to the rules, to get the result of the final match, it is necessary for both the teams to play at least 20-20 overs.
The title match of Asia Cup 2023 between India and Sri Lanka is to be played at the R Premadasa Cricket Stadium in Colombo. Batsmen dominate this ground of Colombo. The ball hits the bat very well and one does not face much difficulty in scoring runs. However, the pitch definitely slows down a bit in the second innings. Along with the batsmen, the pitch also helps the spinners a lot.