Pakistan vs Bangladesh, Asia Cup 2018, Weather Report: Mercury Drops at Abu Dhabi as Anticipation Soars for Super Four Tie

Dhairya Ingle

The last match of the Super Four tie between Pakistan and Bangladesh is here! The winner of the contest will make it to the finals of the Asia Cup 2018 and will play against India, in Dubai on September 28, 2018. The clash today is considered to be a virtual semi-final at Abu Dhabi. On one hand, where Pakistan is grappling with top order issues, haphazard bowling performances, Bangladesh has comparatively has had a good run of a luck at the Asia Cup. The team is known to have a good history at the Asia Cup tournaments and can cause a major upset. So there’s a lot at stake for both teams. The scorching temperatures of Abu Dhabi have also dropped down by a couple of degrees. Mustafizur Rahman vs Imam-ul-Haq Top Three Mini-Battles in Do-or-Die Thriller at Abu Dhabi. 

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As per Accuweather.com, the temperature at Abu Dhabi is expected to go down minimally by a couple of degrees. The humidity is expected to be around 38% and the mercury will drop further as the day proceeds. The dropping temperature will provide a lot of relief to the players in the evening. Check out the snapshot of the weather report below.

Weather at Abu Dhabi (Photo Credits: Accweather.com)

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Ahead of the virtual semi-final, Bangladesh head coach, Steve Rhodes said that Pakistan are favourites and it would be wrong to take them lightly. While addressing the press ahead of the match he said, “They are playing with a little lack of confidence. But they are very dangerous team. On their day, they can really pull things together and play some good cricket. We are also a dangerous team. So, it will be a great contest.”