India and Australia are playing each other in the fourth and final Test at the Brisbane Cricket Ground. On Saturday, the day 2 of the Cricket contest, another battle seemed to be on the cards when a group of fans arrived at the stadium dressed as Star Wars characters.

A large horde of fans arrived at the Gabba dressed as Stormtroopers from the iconic movie franchise Star Wars. They were joined by their leader and the main villain in the franchise, Darth Vader. Photos and videos of the gathering created quite a stir on social media.

Cricket Australia dubbed it as ‘completely normal Brisbane behaviour.’

ICC also jumped into the conversation and shared an image with the caption, “The best dress up award on day two goes to”.

And if Stormtroopers and Darth Vader weren’t enough, the chief protagonist from the movies – Master Yoda – was also present at the Gabba.

In the other battle, the one involving cricket, a thunderstorm prevented any play after tea. Heavy rains were on when the third session was scheduled to begin, with water pooling at the edge of the covers. The ground quickly resembled a lake as the rain continued to blanket the Gabba ground.

India ended the day at 62 for two, with Cheteshwar Pujara not out eight and Ajinkya Rahane on two, still 307 runs behind Australia’s first innings total of 369.

Any extended delay will aid India, who only need to draw the match to retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, with the series tied at 1-1 heading into the fourth and final Test.