The match has been called off due to rain.
Final will now take place on the reserve day – Monday, 29 May.
Four-time champions, Chennai Super Kings are making their tenth appearance in an IPL final.
Defending champions, Gujarat Titans are aiming to become only the third team to clinch back-to-back titles.
Head-to-head records favour Hardik Pandya's team.
CSK vs GT Live: Rain Postpones Final to Monday
Most important update of the night – Match has been called off. The final will now take place on Monday (28 May).
Albeit rain did reduce significantly, groundstaff needed at least an hour with no rain for a five-overs-per-side game to take place. With the cut-off for that being only an hour away, the umpires have decided to call the game off.
Considering we have a reserve day, this perhaps is the right call, with the shortened game not doing justice to the final's hype. Fortunately, weather forecast shows there are only 10% chances of precipitation tomorrow, as opposed to today's 70%.
We will see you again tomorrow. Same time (our coverage will start by 5pm), same place. See ya!
CSK vs GT Live: Steering Towards the Reserve Day?
Albeit a drizzle now, it is still raining in Ahmedabad. Remember, we are less than 15 minutes away from the match to be pushed to the reserve day, with groundstaff requiring an hour to get the field ready.
We are now headed, certainly, headed towards the dreaded words – match called off. Want an sign? The giant screen at the stadium asks the spectators to 'keep physical tickets safe.'
CSK vs GT Live: Rain Must Stop By 11pm For Minimised Game
More timings to note down!
Rod Tucker and Nitin Menon, the two umpires for the final, have been talking with the broadcasters. According to them, rain has to completely stop by 11pm for the minimised version of the game, that is, five overs per side.
This is decided in accordance with the groundstaff, who have quoted a sixty-minute preparation time after the stoppage of rain, to get the ground ready.