After clinching the series 2-0, the Shikhar Dhawan-led Indian cricket team would eye a whitewash when they lock horns with host Sri Lanka in the third and final ODI on Friday in Colombo. While India humiliated Sri Lanka in the ODI opener, the hosts gave the Dhawan-led side a run for their money in the second. The third and final ODI, despite being a dead rubber would hold interest.
But all plans could go for a toss if it rains in Colombo on Friday. There are predictions of thundershowers and that would not impress fans who would like to see a good contest. The precipitation level would be around the 90 per cent-mark. The humidity would also be on the higher side and that would make the players feel uncomfortable.
The silver lining here is that even in the opening two ODIs, there were predictions of rain, but that did not happen. Fans would hope for the same in the final ODI.
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