The scene at the Bristol County Ground as the Cricket World Cup clash between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka was abandoned

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The scene at the Bristol County Ground on 11 June as the Cricket World Cup clash between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka was abandoned because of rain

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The scene at the Bristol County Ground as the Cricket World Cup clash between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka was abandoned

This year’s World Cup is officially the wettest in the competition’s 44-year history

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Wednesday, June 12, 2019 – 7:59am

The 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup is in danger of becoming the dampest of squibs after yet another match was abandoned because of heavy rain.

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That makes it three in five days – with two of the games abandoned without a ball being bowled – meaning that this is officially the wettest World Cup in the competition’s 44-year history.

Prior to CWC 2019 there had only been two total abandonments in 11 tournaments and the trio of spoiled games surpasses the two matches that suffered a similar fate in the 1992 …read more

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