Bangalore, Dec 6 (UNI) Murky weather that welcomed the Team India and Pakistan cricketers who arrived here yesterday and caused some concern during their net practice would clear up the third and crucial third test begins on December Eight in M Chinnaswamy stadium Indian Meterological Department Director G S Vijayaraghavan told UNI that the cloudy conditions and light rains experienced since last three days was likely to clear tomorrow and the following days would see further improvement in the weather with sunshine coming out.
"A trough of low pressure seen in two patches was observed off Tamil Nadu coast during the last few days that caused the gloomy weather. It had brought down the day temperature to below 23 degree celsius. However both the patches had moved away from the coast paving the way for bright weather," he added.
Bangalore wicket has produced eight results in the last nine tests and according to Chief Groundsman Narayana Raju the pitch would offer bounce and was condusive for stroke play. It may take spin during the last two days.
This has been a lucky grounds for Pakistan as they have not lost any of the four matches they played. While they have won two the other two were drawn.