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World Cup 2015 : Australia- Bangladesh Match Banned

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The Cricket World Cup match between Australia and Bangladesh has been banned after heavy rain drenched the Gabba ground in the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Marcia.

Marcia, a category five storm which slammed into the Queensland coast late Thursday causing widespread devastation, had been downgraded to a tropical low on Friday.

The match has been in serious doubt for the past few days and even if it happens today, it is expected to be a curtailed game. If the Pool A match is called off before each side has faced 20 overs, a no-result will be declared and the teams awarded a point apiece.

Australia captain Michael Clarke was set to return to the team after missing the co-hosts’ opening 111-run win over England in Melbourne last weekend as he continued to recover from his long-standing hamstring injury.

Share this on WhatsApp The Cricket World Cup match between Australia and Bangladesh has been banned after heavy rain drenched the Gabba ground in the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Marcia. Marcia, a category five storm which slammed into the Queensland coast late Thursday causing widespread devastation, had been downgraded to a tropical low on Friday. …

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