Bengaluru: The third day's play in the second cricket Test between India and South Africa was called off without a ball being bowled after persistent showers forced the officials to take an early call, here.
A digital screen board display the message 'play has been called off' after the 2nd day of the match got cancelled due to rain during the second test match between India and South Africa. Pic/ PTI
With wet weather washing out play on Day 2 as well, the M Chinnaswamy stadium has witnessed just 81 overs of play on the opening day.
India were 80 for no loss in response to the visitors score of 214 all out in the first innings.
If weather permits, the match will start at 9:15 am tomorrow.
Shikhar Dhawan (45) and Murali Vijay (28) will resume India's first innings whenever play begins.
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