India and Sri Lanka cricket team are all set to face off each other in Dharmshala in the second ODI match after they lost the game against Sri Lankan team in the first clash at Mohali.
The rise in climate conditions persist to trouble the Sri Lankan audience as heavy rains left them stuck at the Dharamsala airport for several hours whereas Indian cricket team arrived to Mohali on planned time on Monday.
As per local MeT office, the city might witness intense rainfall in and nearby areas of Dharamsala.
Sri Lankan team have been disturbed by the Indian weather this time a lot, earlier at Feroz Shah Kotla stadium in New Delhi due to smog and now in Dharamshala.
Indian bowler Mohammed Shami vomited during the game at Feroz Shah Kotla due to heavy pollution.
The Indian Cricket Council reported that the smog is probable to be talk about in ICC meetings that will be held in February.