The final ODI between India and England is all set to go ahead on Sunday after fears that snow would interfere were dismissed by the locals in Dharamshala, in the Himalayas.
India batsman Virat Kohli had put nerves on edge when he pondered about the chances of snow ruining the match, but the ground staff have said there hasn't been snow there in over a year, so the match is safe.
England have already lost the series and sit 3-1 down, but the players are excited about the match in the mountain range, with batsman Jos Buttler saying: "It's looks fine here, there's a bit of snow on the mountain tops but it's quite warm. I think we should be fine.
"It's very different, it has a ski chalet vibe to it. It's a beautiful ground in a stunning setting and everyone is very excited to play. We are all looking forward to the game."
Players were also tweeting pictures of the area, which showed snow-covered mountains looming in the background.