India's T20 World Cup group encounter with Canada in Lauderhill, Florida, was abandoned on Saturday due to morning rainfall, which resulted in damp patches on the outfield at Central Broward Park stadium. Consequently, the match was called off, allowing India to advance to the Super Eight stage as the leader of Group A, accumulating seven points from four games. Canada, having been previously eliminated, concluded their participation with three points. On the previous day, Pakistan's game against the United States at the same location was also cancelled owing to a soggy outfield following persistent rain, which had posed a significant flood risk to South Florida. This cancellation led to Pakistan's elimination and the United States' qualification for the Super Eight stage. Central Broward Park is set to host the final Group A match on Sunday, where Pakistan will take on the lowest-ranked team, Ireland.