Heavy rains have delayed the start of the seventh and final one-day international between India and Australia on Wednesday, amid fears the match may be called off.
The umpires were expected to take a final call on the game around 5 pm (1130 GMT), two-and-a-half hours after the scheduled 2.30 pm start, as rain drenched the D.Y. Patil stadium on the outskirts of Mumbai.
The result of the match is academic since Ricky Ponting's injury-hit world champions, missing nine one-day regulars, took a decisive 4-2 lead by winning the last three games.
The first day of Sri Lanka's three-day tour opener against the Indian board president's XI in Mumbai was washed out earlier on Wednesday.
Source: AFP Global Edition