ICL: Indian Cricket League

Play abandoned after intermittent rain


The one-off ODI between Scotland and Pakistan was abandoned due to persistent rain without a ball being bowled. The match was due to start at 10:45am local time but was delayed due to a wet outfield caused by overnight rain. As the teams arrived, the officials decided to have an inspection at 12noon local time after which the playing conditions were to be decided.

Minutes before the inspection, however, heavy rain resulted in an early lunch that never finished as the umpires and the match referee deemed that the outfield and the weather would not improve in time to get in the minimum requirement of 20 overs.

Pakistan now travel to Glasgow where they take on India on Tuesday in their second and final ODI on this short tour of Scotland.

Source:Cricket News

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