The conditions at the Eden today are basically unfit for a session of cricket with water arriving at lower leg tallness.
With torrential drizzle lashing the Eden, the Qualifier 1 between Kolkata and Punjab has been put off to Wednesday. The match will commence at 16:00 Local Time before the Eliminator between Mumbai and Chennai at Mumbai. On the off chance that it keeps on pourring down tomorrow as well, the authorities will attempt to cut out a Super-Over shoot out between the two sides. In the event that conditions don't encourage even a Super-Over, then Punjab will advancement to the last by goodness of more wins, while Kolkata will play Qualifier 2.
Gautam Gambhir's men are having some fantastic luck with seven successive wins added to their repertoire, including a staggering showcase against Hyderabad, which helped them pip Chennai and snatch the second stop in the table. The way that the Qualifier 1 was moved out of Chennai has now provided for them an included playing point - they will be playing in well known conditions and before a rowdy Kolkata swarm.
Robin Uthappa has snatched eyeballs at whatever point Kolkata have taken the field generally. With nine back to back 40+ scores, Uthappa is in fine structure and is searching useful for additional. Deservingly, he is likewise the heading run-getter in this present year's rival. The way he has scored these runs has constrained numerous to be stuck to their seats when he is batting in the center.
Punjab, then again, have been the group to beat for resistances. Their sheer hostility with the bat has threatened numerous bowlers and it will be an enormous test for Gambhir and his men come Tuesday. The way that Manan Vohra is discharging all weapons at the highest point of the request, nearby Virender Sehwag, adds to the restriction commander's troubles. On the off chance that one thought those two were a ruinous mixture, there is a whole other world to come as Glenn Maxwell and David Miller. It is clear that the bowlers and the fielders will must be on their toes to stop the best batting line-up of this Indian T20 League.