All India Radio will broadcast live commentary on the match alternately in Hindi and English. It can be heard on DTH (Hindi) and additional frequencies live now. The weather is partly cloudy and there are fifty per cent chances of rain during the day.
The Britons, who will be without their opener Jason Roy, are currently fourth in the 10-team points table with six points, while the Afghan team, which is yet to register a win, is at the bottom.
The table is led by defending champions Australia. They have eight points. New Zealand is second with seven points. India also has seven points, but they are third as the Kiwis have a better net run rate.
Bangladesh, which brilliantly chased down a 322-run target set by the West Indies yesterday, are fifth in the table, a place below England. Sri Lanka is sixth, followed by West Indies at seventh, South Africa at eighth, Pakistan at ninth and Afghanistan at the bottom.