BENGALURU: For the second time in a succession, the play was called off due to bad weather conditions on the Day 3 of the Second test between India vs South Africa at Bengaluru.
The umpires have took the decision at around 11.30 am as the steady drizzle did not look to stop at any time, making the conditions unfavorable for the play to begin.
Earlier on Sunday, the play was cancelled due to heavy rains. The only bit of game that the Chinnaswamy stadium at Bengaluru has witnessed is that of the South African first innings, who were all out for 214.
In reply to South Africa, India were batting at 80/0 at the stumps of the Day 1 of the second test. The best part of it is that of Shikhar Dhawan, who appears to be back into form scoring 45 runs(not out).
India were trailing 134 runs behind South Africa, with two days of the test being washed away. It is clear that there might not be a result in the ongoing second test with two days of play being called off.
As per the weather forecast for Tuesday, there may not be any play on the Day 4 too.