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Bangladesh lament lack of reserve days

DNMUM437612 | 6/12/2019 | Author : Jamie Alter | WC :544

Coach Steve Rhodes argues that provision could have been made to fit in extra day; SL captain Karunaratne feels it’s not easy
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The topic of rain ruining cricket matches at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 threatens to become the overarching theme of the tournament, after a second consecutive match at Bristol’s County Ground was called off without a ball bowled.
After Sri Lanka vs Pakistan was abandoned here last week, the match between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh was called off as rain had the final say on Tuesday. The chances of a full game were slim a day before, and come Tuesday the steady drizzle forced the match officials to call it off at 6.27pm (IST).
This means that Sri Lanka have had two washouts in a row. This is Bangladesh’s first abandoned match.
While Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne felt that the ICC could possibly have included rese
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