Zimbabwe’s One-Day International strife with Sri Lanka was deserted on Monday after complicated sleet during Bulawayo’s Queens Sports Club left a outfield too humid to continue.
The hosts had won a toss and inaugurated to bat first, before surpassing to 55 for dual in 13.3 overs when a hazard of lightning forced a players to leave a field.
A complicated rumble showering followed, and nonetheless a afternoon saw a object return, one territory of a belligerent was deemed vulnerable for play to continue.
With a dual sides bursting a points, Zimbabwe remained bottom of a triangular array list with 4 points, while Sri Lanka and West Indies any have seven.
The West Indies and Sri Lanka face off during a same venue on Wednesday with a hero now positive of reaching Sunday’s final.
The final diversion of a joining proviso will see Zimbabwe play a West Indies on Friday.