The pitch at the County Ground remained under covers throughout the day.
Zaheer Khan in a press conference organised by the Delhi Daredevils.
Cricket World Team of the Week - West Indies
Marlon Samuels (left) and Carlos Brathwaite (right) celebrating the ICC World T20 win over England.
Marlon Samuels (right) celebrating the victory past Ben Stokes (left) in the final of the ICC World T20.
Carlos Brathwaite blasted four sixes in four balls at the death to confirm victory
Marlon Samuels' half-century underpinned West Indies' run chase
Joe Root scored 54 to help England put a decent score on the board
Stafanie Taylor and Hayley Matthews make a run during their partnership
West Indies lift the ICC Women's World T20 trophy
Lendl Simmons scored an unbeaten 82 for West Indies in the chase.
England will play in their second ICC WT20 final on Sunday
Jason Roy celebrating his fifty in the semi-final against New Zealand in Delhi.
Aaron Phangiso (centre) picked the wickets of Dinesh Chandimal and Lahiru Thirimanne off successive deliveries.
The calm before the storm - the teams warm up ahead of the game
Virat Kohli celebrating the win over Australia in Mohali.
Eoin Morgan looks relaxed after the win against Sri Lanka in the World T20.
Ben Stokes conceded just four runs in the last over while defending just 15 runs.
England beat Sri Lanka by 10 runs at the Feroz Shah Kotla
England players celebrate the victory as Angelo Mathews' knock goes in vain.
Elliott, Sodhi keep New Zealand undefeated despite Mustafizur five-fer
Mohali hosted the day's opening WT20 clash - and Australia will be back there on Sunday
Moeen Ali scored an unbeaten 41 off just 33 deliveries.
It would be New Zealand's day in Mohali
Martin Guptill's knock of 80 came in just 48 deliveries.
Fans celebrate during the India-Pakistan clash at Eden Gardens, Kolkata
Mohammad Shahzad gave Afghanistan a blistering start with his 19-ball 44.
Kolkata played host to India's 11th win in a World Cup or World T20 match against Pakistan
Virat Kohli plays a shot as Sarfaraz Ahmed looks on