Reserve day: Virat Kohli and KL Rahul will lead India’s charge as they resume from 147/2 in 24.1 overs on the reserve day.

conversation between both team players after rain stops play during the Super Four match between India and Pakistan

Rain played spoilsport in yet another India vs Pakistan encounter at the ongoing. Asia Cup, bringing a halt to the Super 4 clash between the arch-rivals on Sunday. The match will now continue on the reserve day, which is Monday.

While weather was a major concern with rains predicted on the day of the match, the proceedings kicked off in bright and clear conditions, raising hopes of a full 50-over contest. (India vs Pakistan Live Score, Asia Cup Super 4)

However, an intense spell of showers around 5 pm (IST) brought the contest to a halt, following which there was no play further. The rain didn’t last very long but the intensity was enough to leave the outfield wet.

Fans also witnessed a rare sight, possibly the first of its kind as table fans were being used to dry the wet patches on the field.

However, just when there were signs of play resuming. The rain returned once again to put a final end to the day’s action.

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Rules for reserve day:

1. Reserve day will be a continuation of a match and not a restart. So the score from the scheduled match day will be carried forward to the reserve day.

2. India in this case will resume from 147/2 and will hope to pile as many runs in the remaining 25.5 overs.

3. A minimum of 20 overs must be bowled in both innings to determine a result.

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In a rather questionable move, reserve day has only been allotted to India vs Pakistan. Super 4 encounter. while other matches will produce no result if rain washes out the proceedings.

Rain had played a spoilsport last week as well when the two met in the Group stage clash in Pallekele. Then only one inning could be played, with the second being a complete washout.

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