England's second ODI against South Africa ABADONED due to rain

England can no longer win the series as second ODI against South Africa in Durban is ABADONED due to rain

  • The second one-day international between England and South Africa is off
  • A decision was made to abandon the match in Durban due to heavy rainfall
  • South Africa currently lead the three-game series after taking the first ODI 

Heavy rain caused the abandonment of England’s second one-day international against South Africa. 

South Africa were batting and had reached 71-2 before the decision was made to bring on the covers and abandon the second match between the sides. 

The hosts currently lead the three-match series having emerged on top in the first ODI in Cape Town.  

England’s second one-day international with South Africa in Durban was abandoned for rain

It is more frustration for England and means they cannot win the series after losing first ODI

Matches in Durban have proven to be a bad omen for England as both of their previous two ODIs against South Africa there -one in 2005 and one in 2009 – were also called off due to rain.

The ODI had already faced two lengthy stoppages due to rain before the decision was made the abandon the second installment of the series. 

Both sides are set to meet in the third ODI in Johannesburg on Sunday. 

The predicted forecast looks unconvincing there as well but there will be hope that both England and South Africa can get some uninterrupted play.   

There were a number of delays in Durban before the decision was made to abandon the game




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