Surprise: Who will win Asia Cup if there is rain in rest of all the Matches as predicted?
The remaining matches of the Asia Cup are scheduled to take place in the city of Colombo, Sri Lanka, but the weather forecast suggests that there is a possibility of rain in the city for the next 10 days.
This could potentially impact all the matches of the Asia Cup. According to the details, after Pakistan's victory against Bangladesh in the first match of the Super Four stage, Pakistan has taken the top position in the points table.
On Wednesday, Pakistan defeated Bangladesh quite comfortably, chasing a target of 194 runs with ease in the 40th over, thanks to noteworthy performances by Imam-ul-Haq with 78 runs and Mohammad Rizwan with 63 runs. As a result of their success against Bangladesh, Pakistan is now leading the points table of the Asia Cup Super Four stage.
The remaining five matches of the Super Four stage and the final match are scheduled in Colombo. However, there has been continuous rainfall in the city since last night, and this rain is expected to continue for the next ten days.
In such a scenario, if any of the Super Four stage matches cannot be played, Pakistan will remain in the first position, and if all matches wash out in Colombo, Pakistan will qualify for the final.
In this situation, Sri Lanka and India will also have equal points. In case of matches being washed out, the decision regarding which team advances to the final will be determined by the toss. The Asia Cup final is scheduled for September 17th, but there is also a prediction of rain in Colombo on that day. If the final is also washed out, a joint winner will be declared