Cardiff/Bristol: The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 warm-up matches between Pakistan and Bangladesh and South Africa and West Indies were on Sunday called off due to rain in both the venues.
While the Pakistan-Bangladesh match in Cardiff was abandoned without a ball being bowled, the tie between South Africa and West Indies saw very little action.
South Africa were coasting at 95 for no loss in Bristol after being sent into bat when the match was called off.
Hashim Amla was batting on 51 off 46 balls and Quinton de Cook was not out on 37 off 30 balls.
The match between South Africa and West Indies witnessed two rain interruptions –first after nine overs and then after 12.4 overs, forcing the on-field umpires to abandon the game.
While Pakistan were stunned by Afghanistan by three wickets in their first warm-up game in Bristol on Friday, South Africa defeated Sri Lanka by 87 runs in their opening practice match in Cardiff the same day.
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Pakistan's versatile bowling attack did just enough to restrain a rampant Nicholas Pooran and come away with a seven-run victory over the West Indies in the second T20I.
The two boards were forced into the alteration to the scheduled tour dates after West Indies' current ODI series against Australia was rocked by a positive Covid-19 test which saw Thursday's second match suspended.
After steady rain delayed the start of play by almost three hours and reduced the match to nine overs-per-side, West Indies totalled 85 for five batting first.