Earlier on 26th June, Indian fans were present in large numbers to watch and support Pakistan during their must-win match against New Zealand.
Pakistan have seven points in their kitty and are locked in a four way battle for the semi-finals spot along with England, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. India now have 123 points and are just one point ahead of the English side, who have 122 points.Both India and England are going to lock their horns in the quadrennial tournament on June 30.The match will have a lot of significance as its outcome will play a major role in determining who will stay ahead on the rankings table.
That win moved Pakistan to within a point of England's increasingly precarious fourth position.
"Cricket is not a game of chance". They have to win both their tough games, against India (June 30) and New Zealand (July 3).
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Among the three teams bringing up the rear, Afghanistan and South Africa have tremendous nuisance value for the other teams, especially Pakistan and Sri Lanka respectively, against whom they play crucial encounters. They find themselves languishing at number 8 in the points table with 5 losses from 8 matches.
The Virat Kohli-led side had four matches - including the washout against New Zealand - slotted in during that period, drawing a combined total of 321 million viewers.
Perhaps Sri Lanka could cause an upset? England's final game is against New Zealand in Durham next Wednesday.
Sri Lanka's first two matches against eliminated South Africa and West Indies will both be negotiated at Chester-le-Street in Durham, before the much sterner test of India on the final day of the group stage in Leeds.
This is the 12th edition of the World Cup, 5th being hosted by England, a tag which has slowly piled up pressure and now put them on the double-edged sword.
So although humidity is sky high - which should at least get the ball swinging - rain is unlikely to cause any significant delays, nor save England's skin.