Earlier, the third day of the Bangladesh-Pakistan Mirpur Test was declared abandoned due to rain. On the third day, the game was postponed due to rain, but to no avail. Eventually, the third day’s play was canceled. Not a single ball was bowled on the third day.
Meanwhile, only 36 balls were bowled in the second day’s play due to this rain. With about two hours left on Sunday (December 4), the game was postponed to 3 pm due to the weather conditions.
After losing the Chittagong Test, Bangladesh expected to turn around with the Dhaka Test. On the other hand, the visiting Pakistan was aiming to end the series 2-0. But half of the first day and the second and third day of the game also went to the rain. As a result, there is concern about the outcome of this match.
The visiting Pakistan ended the first day’s play with 161 runs for 2 wickets. Babar Azam with 60 runs and Azhar Ali with 37 runs were unbeaten. In the first day’s game, the rain hit several times. The weather forecast had predicted rain before the match.
Meanwhile, Mominul’s team is already behind after losing by 6 wickets in the Chittagong Test against Pakistan. The Bangladesh captain does not see any alternative but to win this match with the intention of equalizing the series.