In Ahmedabad on Sunday, rain has delayed the start of the toss for the Indian Premier League final between the Gujarat Titans and the Chennai Super Kings. The match will take place.
Rain continued to fall heavily on the western city one hour before the start of play, creating pools of water on the ground of the world’s largest cricket stadium.
Fans have been forced by the weather to seek refuge in the covered parts of the stadium, which has a total capacity of 132,000.
In the event that play on Sunday is canceled due to the weather, a backup day has been set up.
As both players and supporters have shown up in large numbers donning the yellow jersey of the superstar cricketer M.S. Dhoni, it is widely thought that this will be the final match that M.S. Dhoni will captain Chennai in.
In the most lucrative cricket event in the world, Chennai will be attempting to break the record they now hold by winning a fifth title.
Hardik Pandya and the rest of the Gujarat team have continued their incredible run of success, which began with a championship victory in the team’s maiden season at the same site a year ago.