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Admin Reporter- Yugal

Aug 10 2018


INDVSENG, Lord's Test: Big change during the second day's play, rain effect

Delhi,10,August,2018

 

 

Due to rain, the first day of the Lord's Test has been washed out but its effect has been seen on the second day. If the second day's game starts at the Lord's on the end of London's rain, then there will be a major change in its time. These changes will be seen in the second and third sessions of the day.

 

 

 

First session 2 hours

 

Let me tell you that the rain in London was such that it was not possible to leave a ball on the first day of the Lord's Test. That is, the start of the game on the second day will be tossed, which will be at 3 o'clock in the Indian time at its scheduled time. The first session of the second day will be played for 2 hours which will start at 3:30 pm, according to the time of India. After this, lunch break will take place from 5.00 to 30 minutes in the evening from 6:00 to 10 minutes.

 

 

 

The second session will end at 8:25 pm

 

The second session of the second day's game of the Lord's Test will be twenty two hours. That is, this session will start from 6.00 to 10 minutes in Indian time and will last for 8 to 25 minutes. After this, there will be a T-break from 8:25 AM to 8:45 PM.

 

 

 

Third session will be 2 hours

 

The last session of the day will also be two to two hours. According to Indian time, the game will start from 8:45 in the op. And at 11 pm. After that the game of the day will be the end.

 

 

 

Extreme game will be half an hour in the day

 

It is clear that there will be half an hour of extra-long play throughout the day and will continue to be continued in the Lord's Test so that the first day's game can be compensated for the loss of the losses due to the washing in the rain.

 

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