As the normal cricketing ties between India and Pakistan got over hovering on political atmosphere of the two countries, the bilateral Indo-Pak clash in the ongoing ICC Champions Trophy has become an exclusive one.
With less than twenty four hours to go, weather forecast in Birmingham is unfair enough to spoil the mood of spectators around the globe eagerly waiting to witness the high voltage encounter.
The match, which is scheduled to start at 10.30 AM local time, there is a 40 percent chance of heavy rainfall by that time in Edgbaston.
Rain has already played a spoilsport in the Champions Trophy, the match between Australia and New Zealand was forced to be abandoned due to torrential rain falling on the other day securing Aussies a valuable point in a match in which they were in a position to easily be defeated by the Kiwis.
The India-Pakistan match is scheduled to occur in June 4; this is the first time in two years the neighboring arch-rivals are going to face each other in the cricket field.