Downpour decreases fourth day’s play to 67 overs

On Sunday, the third day of the opening Test Downpour decreases fourth day’s

RAWALPINDI: The short-term downpour and wet outfield have constrained the umpires to diminish the fourth day’s.

Downpour decreases fourth day’s

which is being played between the different sides in the country following a range of 24 years.

Prior the play was deferred because of the wet field however in the wake of reviewing the gourd at 12:15 pm,

the umpires chose to begin the play at 1 pm with restricted overs,

the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said in its most recent update.

On Sunday, the third day of the initial Test at the Pindi Cricket Stadium was canceled right on time.

because of nasty weather conditions.

Australia were 271-2, with Marnus Labuschagne undefeated on 69 and Steve Smith on 24, when the umpires took the players off the field because of terrible light.

Australia are 205 runs behind Pakistan with eight wickets staying after the hosts announced on 476-4 on Saturday.

The Aussies are visiting Pakistan without precedent for 24 years, having recently declined to visit.

Because of safety concerns.

On the current visit, they will play three Tests,

however many one-day internationals as would be prudent, and a Twenty20 global.

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