England are preparing to face India at the Ageas Bowl in Hampshire this week.
The fourth test will start tomorrow (August 30) and is expected to until Monday (September 3).
England are currently leading India 2-1 in the test series and could seal a series victory with a win at the Ageas Bowl.
However previous tests have been marred by rain delays and our area has experienced mixed weather in recent weeks.
If you have tickets for the full test or just one of the five days here is what the weather forecast says conditions will be like for the test match.
For the first day of the England vs India fourth test the weather is expected to be a mixture of clouds and sunshine.
There will be a high of 19C with a low of 10C during the day.
According to the Met Office forecast there is no rain forecast for Thursday.
The cloudy/ sunny mix is set to continue for the second day of the test.
The Met Office is again predicting a high of 19C but with a low of 12C for the Ageas Bowl on Friday.
Rain is not being forecast for the second day of the test.
It is set to be sunny for the third day of the England vs India test at the Ageas Bowl.
There will be a high of 20C and a low of 14C.
The Met Office is not forecasting rain for Saturday.
For the fourth day of the test the weather is expected to be a mixture of clouds and sunshine.
There will be a high of 21C with a low of 13C during the day.
According to the Met Office forecast there is no rain forecast for Sunday.
If the test makes it to the fifth and final day on Monday, September 3, it is expected to be a mixture of sunshine and clouds.
It will be the warmest day of the test, with highs of 23C and lows of 14C.
Rain is not being forecast by the Met Office.