Ind vs Ban: Pitch and weather Report this in the first T20 match of #INDvBAN: Pollution itself is the most talked about first T20 match against India. However, there will be no significant change during the first match and both the players and spectators will have to deal with dangerous air pollution. Although the players of both teams are ready to play in this odd situation also. In this match, the players of both the countries will be under pressure to protect themselves while protecting themselves. By the way, the pitch and weather patterns are going to be something like this on match day.
The pitch will remain like this
In the last ODI against Australia, the spinners got some help at the Kotla ground. However, the groundsmen say that it is completely a T20 pitch. Bangladesh captain Mahmudullah said there is light grass on the pitch but it will be better for the batsmen. It will also be interesting to see whether Rohit decides to bat first by winning the toss or prefers to chase. It may be right to bat first, given the circumstances, but it should not be forgotten that India lost four of the last six matches they batted first.
Weather will be like this during the match
For the last few days, Delhi is only in the discussion of pollution regarding the match. Not only the players from Bangladesh, the field workers were also seen working here by putting on masks. Khalil Ahmed did not put on a mask but he practiced by putting nose buds on Saturday. Pollution has reached alarming levels in the National Capital Region. Even the holidays in schools have been declared but this match will be held under Arun Jaitley Stadium as per the BCCI rotation policy.
A Test match was played here two years ago against Sri Lanka under similar circumstances and at that time not only Sri Lanka, but also Indian players got in trouble. This time also, health experts have categorically forbidden any involvement in any sporting activity in such a dangerous situation. However, cricketers from both India and Bangladesh are confident that they will be able to deal with such situations. By the way, one thing is clear that there will be no major change in the situation on match day.