The drizzle that started on Sunday morning turned into heavy rain at night and continued until Monday morning. The level of rain in the capital Dhaka is so high that even the third day of the second and final Test of the two-match series is in doubt. The match was scheduled to start at 9.30 am, but the two teams could not leave the hotel.
The Bay of Bengal is rough due to the effects of cyclone Jawad. Since Saturday morning, it has been raining in the coastal areas, which has been heavy since Sunday night. This has affected the Dhaka Test between Bangladesh and Pakistan. After the tea break on Saturday, the ball did not roll on the field on the first day of the match, and the game could not be started on the second day yesterday.
The match started at 9:30 am, but the ball finally landed on the field at 12.50 pm due to some rain. Only 38 balls were played on the second day. Where Pakistan can make 27 runs with the bat. The second day of the second and final Test of the two-match series between Bangladesh and Pakistan was closed due to intermittent rain.
On the third day, even though the match was postponed for half an hour, there was no profit. Due to the continuous rain, it was impossible to start the game, and even the two teams could not get out of the hotel. The rains and the current situation do not bode well. The third day’s game may be over. If the situation continues like this, the match’s fate may turn towards a draw.
Pakistan, who lost two wickets for 161 runs, made 27 more runs on the scoreboard before the second day’s play in the rain. However, they did not lose any more wickets. At present, the visitors collect 188 runs for two wickets. Babar Azam is unbeaten on 71 and Azhar Ali on 52.