India 239-0 (Dhawan 150 no) v Bangladesh
Only Test, Fatullah, day two
Inclement weather and a very wet outfield prevented any play from taking place on day two of the only Test between India and Bangladesh in Fatullah.
The start was delayed because of heavy rain. However, the rain stopped after a couple of hours allowing an inspection to take place.
The wet outfield though meant it was impossible for any play to be squeezed in. Eventually after a wait of four hours, the day was officially called off.
India are still on 239 for no loss after 56 overs with both their openers Shikhar Dhawan (150 not out) and Murali Vijay (89 not out) on the crease.
Rain had interrupted even day one, causing an entire session to be lost before some overs were salvaged in the third session when play was extended under lights.
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