The wash-out at Bristol came after West Indies' encounter against South Africa at Southampton on Monday was also abandoned due to rain after a few overs of play, and Rhodes said that considering the incessant rain, he would have liked to see reserve days built into the schedule.
With the Sri Lanka versus Bangladesh match being cancelled due to rain, the latter's coach wondered why the organisers hadn't made a decision to keep "reserve days", considering the unpredictable rains in England.
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"I know logistically, it would have been a big headache for the tournament organisers, and I know it would have been hard", he added of a World Cup that features 48 matches in 46 days. They won their second game against Afghanistan and got themselves a point in the next against Pakistan, after it was washed out.
But Bangladesh coach Steve Rhodes was of a different opinion.
"If you know the English weather, sadly, we're going to get a lot of rain".
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'We put men on the moon, so why can't we have a reserve day?'
Bangladesh also knows what's coming next Monday in Taunton where it faces the West Indies. But I think we don't want to win our points freely. Bangladesh orchestrated a giant killing when they beat South Africa in their first match in the tournament but just lost to superior sides in New Zealand and England after that.
"It's enough for a club like us to make a significant difference", added Brown, who said all three World Cup matches in Bristol had been 11,500 sell-outs.
He is expected to join the team, before the team's next #CWC19 game, which will be played against Australia on 15th. We are trying hard.
"We keep planning and doing the right things and hopefully we can play a game".