DHAKA: In a game that has seen more action by the clouds than the players, it was only imperative that a whole day’s play got washed out too. The rains were so heavy that the teams did not bother leaving their hotels this time for the ground.
At no stage did it look like the game would resume anytime soon. With 3 days of play out of the window with the first innings not yet over, the match is headed towards a certain draw. It is pertinent to mention here that a draw will affect Pakistan more than Bangladesh since it will bring down their percentage of the points contested on the World Test Championship table.
Meanwhile, should the rains go away, an early start is expected tomorrow with 98 overs to be bowled. Pakistan are currently sitting comfortably at 188/2.