Sri Lanka have been the worst-affected side by rain in ICC World Cup 2019. Sri Lanka have not played a single game since June 4 against Afghanistan. As the Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka match got abandoned without a ball being bowled, both the sides shared one point each. Sri Lanka gain one spot as they climb to the top half of the table with four points in four games including two abandoned games.
The Mashrafe Mortaza-led Bangladesh also gained one spot. They are currently in seventh place on the points table with three points in four games.
This is officially the worst-rain affected World Cup so far with three matches washed out already. The weather forecast does not look pleasant for the coming days and teams may have no choice but to share one point each.
Australia vs Pakistan match scheduled to be played on Wednesday is likely to get washed out too as rain is expected to be persistent throughout the day in Taunton.
New Zealand are currently placed on top of the table with three consecutive wins. They are followed by England, with two wins and one defeat.
After securing a 36-run victory over defending champions Australia on Sunday, Virat Kohli-led Indian unit are placed on the third position.