The first ODI game between India and South Africa is under serious threat of being washed out due to rain in Dharamsala.
The weather department has predicted 90% chance of rainfall on the match day, which means we could regular stoppages in play. If the thunderstorms gather around the predicted time in the afternoon, we could even see the match getting abandonded.
The last time when these two teams met at this venue, we saw the match getting abandoned without a being ball bowled.
Shikhar Dhawan, Hardik Pandya and Bhuvaneshwar Kumar are back for the hosts. We could see all three of them take the field if the weather permits.
The second and third ODIs will be held at Lucknow on March 15 and Kolkata on March 18 respectively.