It has been raining here since last night and the met office has predicted light to heavy showers for tomorrow, which raises the possibility of the day match being called off without even a ball being bowled.
But if the weather gods do smile, the two teams could set the temperatures soaring given that their key players seem to be in good form.
For India, the biggest positive to emerge from the two Twenty20 games gone by was Yuvraj Singh's fantastic form.
The left-hander was nothing short of inspiring with the bat smashing a 36-ball 72, which included seven sixes, in the second T20 and is set to be back in the ODI fold after the Player of the Tournament-winning show in the 2011 World Cup.
But the top-order would be a concern given that both the openers -- Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir -- have not been in the best of touch in the recent past.
Both of them struggled immensely in the demoralising Test series defeat to England.
Virat Kohli, at number three, has also not been in form to an extent and these three would have to get their act together for India to be dominant in the batting department.