The Asian Cricket Council has decided to keep the Asia Cup Super 4 and final matches in Colombo instead of moving them to Hambantota due to improvements in the weather. The decision was made after discussions with Sri Lanka Cricket, the Pakistan Cricket Board, and the official broadcaster. The broadcaster faced difficulties in relocating their equipment and staff to Hambantota at short notice. Hambantota had been suggested as an alternative venue due to a drought in the city. The Super 4 matches will start with a game between India and Pakistan on September 10 at the R Premadasa Stadium. The ACC briefly considered Pallekele and Dambulla as options but abandoned them due to heavy rains and maintenance works. Both of India’s group matches were affected by rain. Please write this text in simpler language.