The second T20I of the four-match series between England and Pakistan will be played on Saturday (May 25). However, there are chances of rain interrupting the fixture in Edgbaston, Birmingham – here are the full forecast details for ENG vs PAK 2024 2nd T20I.

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After the series opener was a washout earlier this week without a ball being bowled, robbing both teams of some vital T20 World Cup preparations, rain can spoil the party yet again in the second match.

The home side haven’t played in the format recently, having last played a T20I series in December last year against the West Indies, in which they went down by 3-2. Pakistan, meanwhile, are entering the series high on confidence after beating Ireland 2-1 as part of their UK tour.

All eyes will be on Jofra Archer, who has made it to England’s 2024 T20 World Cup squad after a long injury layoff. Archer hasn’t played international cricket since March last year due to a stress fracture.

ENG vs PAK 2024 2nd T20I: What is the rain forecast during the game?

BBC Weather predicts the chance of precipitation for the match to be 22 to 28 per cent during playing hours. They predict temperature highs of 18 degrees Celsius, with “light rain showers”.

AccuWeather forecasts the weather to be “mostly cloudy with a couple of showers” during the match hours. There is a 60-61 per cent chance of precipitation. It also predicts the temperature will be between 11 and 19 degrees Celsius. puts the chance of precipitation in Birmingham during match hours at 10-17 per cent, with the temperature hovering between 17 and 18 degrees Celsius. The humidity is predicted to be between 56 and 60 per cent, with winds between 13 and 15 km per hour. The conditions are going to be overcast with 80-87 percent cloud cover.