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Summary

  1. Match abandoned because of rain
  2. One point each - both teams can still go through
  3. Four overs short of a result
  4. Ban 182: Tamim 95, Starc 4-29
  5. Aus 83-1 (16 overs): Warner 40*

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By Kal Sajad and Amy Lofthouse

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    There's loads of texts and tweets coming in from all of you that are frustrated with the weather and the way this game has ended.

    I share your sentiment.

    On the plus side, we were treated to some quality bowling and another good batting display from Tamim Iqbal. You can watch highlights of the game on BBC Two at 00:55 BST.

    And on that note, I bid you farewell. We look forward to having you back tomorrow morning for England v New Zealand.

    Goodnight.

  2. Get Involved

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    Sam Kaye: Who thought having a cricket tournament in England in any other month than August was a good idea.

  3. 'Today he was just destructive'

    Ebony Rainford-Brent

    Ex-England batter on BBC Test Match Special

    It was the manner in which Mitchell Starc bowled today. Even if you were an 'in' batsman you would have struggled.

    That over shows why he is one of the classiest players in the world. Today he was just destructive.

  4. Post update

    Ebony Rainford-Brent

    Ex-England batter on BBC Test Match Special

    We didn't know we would stop after 16 overs. Australia could have given themselves a chance, maybe see if they could 70 or 80 after 10 overs. Maybe they could have knocked them off. I saw no intent.

  5. So close for Australia

    Bangladesh were bowled out for 183 in 44.3 overs. Australia were 83-1 after 16 overs.

    The Aussies needed just four more overs to be played and they would have won.

    Could they have done anything differently?

  6. Post update

    James Taylor

    Ex-England batsman on BBC Test Match Special

    I can't believe we don't have an indoor stadium in the United Kingdom that can host a cricket game. If anybody is out there with some money and wants to build one?

  7. Match abandoned

    There we go, confirmation that this game has now been abandoned.

    Both teams will pick up a point each. The rain may have saved Australia against New Zealand on Friday, but it's certainly stopped them from picking up the win today.

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    Parm: I don't see how we get major cricket comps. The rain ruins it. Why can't we have roofs on grounds like we do for tennis?

    Denzil Mascarenhas: Weather tomorrow predictable as game is in Wales, T20 game?

    Rich Klonowski: Looks like rain will be top of the group on four points then.

  9. Tuffers and Vaughan ....

    You can now listen to Tuffers and Vaughan here or on top of this page.

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  10. Post update

    So still no live cricket and I still can't give you any update.

    But by way of an apology, here's some action of Hashim Amla in fine nick in South Africa's win over Sri Lanka on Saturday.

  11. Get Involved

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    Mark Stevens: Why don't they schedule in a reserve day, in the event of rain? Doesn't seem unreasonable for a major global tournament.

  12. Tuffers and Vaughan in 20 minutes

    Reminder: Tuffers and Vaughan will be on the air on BBC Radio 5 live at 21:00 tonight.

    Michael Vaughan has been chatting to former Pakistan great and coach Waqar Younis.

    Waqar had some choice words about Pakistan's display against India on Sunday.

    "It was very ordinary," he said. "Pakistan were all over the place. I thought a lot of simple mistakes were made. Winning the toss and bowling was a weak decision.

    "I don't have any hope that Pakistan will get of the group. It's going to be very difficult. The batting is very weak."

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    Andrew Webb: Why didn't organisers move the start time? Bizzare to keep the same start time when weather was main issue

  14. Bad news ...

    We had a start time, we had been told the innings was reduced to 43 overs and Australia's new target was 166.

    But all that's just worthless information right now as it's raining and the covers are back on.

  15. Restart scheduled for 20:30 BST

    And we were right to have that hope.

    20:30 BST start time, barring any rain in the next 15 minutes.

  16. Hope for some play?

    Things are looking a bit brighter out there as the umpires head out for an inspection.

    Will keep you posted.