So here's the latest picture from the Arun Jaitley Stadium

The pollution levels have come under control drastically since the last couple of hours. Here's how the stadium looks right now. 

Team  Bangladesh arrives at the venue:

So finally some good news coming from Delhi. As per reports, the visibility is getting better and both teams are quite happy to play at the Arun Jaitley Stadium. 

Hours before the game, efforts are being made to bring pollution under control near the Arun Jaitley Stadium. Check out the pictures below:

Check out the latest visual from the Arun Jaitley Stadium ahead of the first game between India and Bangladesh.

Hi and welcome to the live weather blog of Delhi ahead of the 1st T20I game between India and Bangladesh. There are chances that the match could be called off as the quality of air is deteriorating. 

Amidst heavy smog and severe pollution levels in India’s capital Delhi, the Men in Blue will take on Bangladesh today at 7.00 pm in the first T20I game hosted at the Arun Jaitley Stadium. The quality of air is quite a concern as there are chances that the match could be called off as there is an emergency situation declared in the city. In this article, we bring you the live weather updates of the capital city as India takes on Bangladesh in the first T20I of the three-match series. India Vs Bangladesh, Cricket Score 1st T20I Match. 

It was said that the rains could help the visibility get better but that too hasn’t helped. For now, it is reported that Ranjan Madugalle will make a decision if the match can still take place.  Now as per reports from ABP News, match referee Madugalle will take a call sometime before the toss depending upon the visibility levels. The final decision is expected to be taken at 06:30 pm IST (Indian Standard Time) just moments before both the captains walk out for the toss. IND vs BAN 1st T20I, 2019: Match Referee Ranjan Madugalle to Take Final Call at 6:30 PM As Air Quality Remains Severe in Delhi, Say Reports. 

India’s stand-in skipper Rohit Sharma during the press conference refused to comment when asked about the match being conducted despite the deteriorating quality of air. Sharma who is handling the reins of India in the absence of Virat Kohli instead trolled the reporters and said, “Masala chahiye, kekin dunga nai.”