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Soggy East London means no play



A soggy, sodden Buffalo Park saw the third one-day international between South Africa and Bangladesh being abandoned without a ball being bowled on Wednesday.

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The match was academic with South Africa having already clinched the series with a 2-0 lead and the tourists will now move on to Kimberley, where they play a two-day match against an SA Challenge XI, ahead of the first test in Bloemfontein next week.



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