Tigers' match against Sri Lanka deserted because of downpour

The hurl did not happen today at Bristol in the match against Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. The match has been surrendered following unremitting precipitation.

Bangladesh will think of it as one point dropped and now have 3 points from four amusements. Sri Lanka now have four points from four with their previous match against Pakistan additionally relinquished because of downpour. Bangladesh would have been seeking after a success against their Asian partners today with ongoing outcomes between the different sides giving them a slight mental edge.

The refinement between 'no outcome' and 'match deserted' is that if there should arise an occurrence of a surrendered match, a hurl does not happen. With the present outcome, the 2019 World Cup in England turns into the World Cup with the most elevated number of surrendered amusements.

1:57 pm: The match has been canceled because of downpour. The groups will share the focuses.

Hurl was deferred for the match among Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in Bristol as it kept on sprinkling following relentless medium-term downpour.

12:20 pm: As it is as yet raining constant in Bristol, the pitch assessment has been deferred. No word on when the following one might be. Looking more disheartening and more distressing in Bristol

11:20 am: It was recently declared that a pitch review is gotten ready for 12:15 pm (5:15 pm Bangladesh time), expecting obviously that the downpour stops.

10:50 am: The Bangladesh group touched base at the County Ground in Bristol at around 10:45 and quickly advanced out of the downpour and cold to the safe house of the changing area. Mushfiqur Rahim before long advanced out to welcome the few fans who are conquering the downpour and sitting on the remain inverse. "You will score a century today," one fan yelled. Mushfiqur just reacted with a grin and indicated up the sky, as though saying that he would need to play to score a ton.

10:28 am: Rain has quite recently gotten heavier here in grim Bristol and the pitch review booked for 10:30 am (3:30 pm Bangladesh time) has been postponed. The Bangladesh group are not even at the ground. There truly is nothing more than a bad memory news from Bristol, weatherwise. Or on the other hand generally. There was a sceduled pitch review at 10:30am neighborhood time (3:30pm BD time).

Tragically for Bangladesh, who have one win from three World Cup coordinates up until now, the figure is for downpour for the duration of the day with the Met office anticipating at any rate a 50 percent shot of downpour for the term of the match.

As Bangladesh talented Mashrafe Bin Mortaza said yesterday, this match is a significant one for Bangladesh as they lost their last two amusements against New Zealand and England. Additionally, Bangladesh would have expected to win this game as Sri Lanka are positioned two spots lower. A success would have their race to the elimination rounds in the groove again.

A surrendered match would give each group a point each, and imply that Bangladesh would need to win four amusements out of the following five against West Indies, Australia, Afghanistan, India and Pakistan.

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