Ahead of the first T20I between India and Bangladesh at the Arun Jaitley Stadium, the talk has been dominated by the toxic air quality of Delhi. Bangladesh players have been forced to wear masks during practice as the pollution levels have risen in the national capital. Air quality remained in the 'severe' category in Delhi-NCR on Sunday, with pollution levels hovering at around 1,000. The air quality of Anand Vihar, Narela, Bawana, and National Stadium was 979, 983, 903, and 942, respectively. Will the first T20I match between India and Bangladesh go ahead?