Brisbane: India's first ICC Women's T20 World Cup match against arch-rivals Pakistan was washed out on Sunday without a ball being bowled, denting the Harmanpreet Kaur-led side's last-minute preparations.
Heavy downpour resulted in the match being called off without the toss being held at the Allan Border Field, days of the showpiece starting 21 February.
India will face West Indies in their second and final warm-up game here on 18 February.
The T20 World Cup will begin on 21 February with a mouth-watering contest between the Indian women and current champions and four-time winners Australia women in Sydney.
Elsewhere, England defeated New Zealand by six wickets in Adelaide in their first official warm-up game.
Australia's preparations were also hampered as they were unable to play their warm-up match against the West Indies here on Saturday due to a wet outfield.
Bangladesh's match against World Cup debutants Thailand here was also called off.
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The 31-year-old, who was released by Rajasthan Royals, was acquired by Delhi Capitals for Rs 2.2 crore at the IPL auctions last week.
Another source said that all the other players will undergo COVID-19 tests on Tuesday with the results coming by evening. Bihar has sent 22 players for testing.
Moody was appointed to the post on the recommendations by the Technical Advisory Committee of Sri Lanka Cricket after the recent poor showings against South Africa and England.