And now the second match in Rajkot could potentially be derailed by a cyclone in Gujarat.
The cyclone is expected to bring heavy rainfall across the state.
Here are more details.
Cyclonic storm Maha is set to make landfall
Severe cyclonic storm Maha is likely to make landfall along the Gujarat coast on the night of November 6.
It is expected to bring heavy to very heavy rains till the next day, according to the India Meteorological Department.
The second T20I between the two nations is scheduled for Thursday, November 7.
It is predicted that the cyclonic storm could arrive between Wednesday or Thursday.
Maha to make landfall between Dwarka and Diu
"Severe cyclonic storm Maha lay centered at 580 kilometres southwest of Diu and 550 kms southwest of Veraval. It is most likely to intensify into a very severe cyclonic storm and make landfall between Dwarka and Diu on Wednesday night or early Thursday morning with wind speeds of 120 kilometres per hour," regional IMD director Jayanta Sarkar told PTI.
We have covered the ground, says Saurashtra Cricket Association
Meanwhile, the Saurashtra Cricket Association has made the necessary arrangements to ensure the ground is not affected and the match goes ahead as planned.
"We have covered the ground to make sure the match can start on time in case the rain does disrupt," Jaydev Shah, head of the SCA, told ESPNcricinfo.
One could see a lot of rainfall on offer.
SCA prepared for cyclone Maha
•Press briefing With warning from Meteorological Department for cyclone #Maha at Saurashtra Cricket Association stadium we're all set and prepared for any chances of rain and other security matters. As of now we're blessed to have clear and sunny sky. @BCCI@BCBtigers#INDvBANpic.twitter.com/ujWeCjUTz1