What happens if Australia vs South Africa in the Cricket World Cup semi-final is rained off?
This would not go down well with one team.
The Aussies made a blistering start to the match on Thursday, removing the South African top order cheaply and leaving them struggling at 44-4.
However, it started raining in Kolkata and the players were forced off after 14 overs, with Heinrich Klaasen and David Miller at the crease.
A reserve day has been set aside for the possibility that it continues to rain all day, but the forecast is poor for Friday as well, meaning there is a possibility of a complete washout.
If that is the case then South Africa would progress to the final to face India on Sunday as they finished higher than Australia in the group stage.
The Proteas finished second in the group, ahead of third-placed Australia on net run rate after both teams won seven and lost two of their nine games.
However the game would have started on Thursday this would be a frustrating scenario for Australia, but especially given the position they had put South Africa in when the rain came.
South Africa won the toss and chose to bat on Thursday, a decision that will come into question after the loss of Temba Bavuma, Quinton de Kock, Rassie van der Dussen and Aiden Markram early on.
Those four quick wickets – two for Mitchell Starc and two for Josh Hazlewood – left South Africa 24-4, with Klaasen and Miller steadying the ship somewhat and taking them to 44-4.
Waiting in the final on Sunday are the hosts, India, who beat New Zealand by 70 runs in the first semi-final on Wednesday.
Centuries from Virat Kohli and Shreyas Iyer helped India set a mammoth total of 397-4, which the Kiwis chased valiantly, but fell short despite an immense 134 from Daryl Mitchell, bowled out for 327.
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