The fourth T20 World Cup tie between Australia and England has been abandoned due to rain, making it the fourth match of the tournament to be abandoned.
The match was scheduled to take place at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday, but persistent rain throughout the day meant that the match was called off without a ball being bowled.
The match was the fourth of the tournament to be abandoned due to rain, with the other three matches being between India and New Zealand, Pakistan and Bangladesh, and South Africa and Afghanistan.
The abandonment of the match means that Australia and England will now have to wait until the next round of matches to determine who will progress to the semi-finals.
Australia had already qualified for the semi-finals, but the result of the match would have determined who they would face in the semi-finals.
England, meanwhile, were hoping to qualify for the semi-finals with a win, but now they will have to wait until the next round of matches to determine their fate.
The abandonment of the match is a huge disappointment for both teams, as well as for the fans who had been looking forward to watching the match.
The match was also set to be a crucial one for the tournament, as it would have determined who would progress to the semi-finals.
The abandonment of the match is a huge blow for the tournament, as it means that the semi-finals will now be decided by the results of the next round of matches.
The next round of matches will take place on Tuesday, with Australia taking on South Africa and England taking on New Zealand.
The results of these matches will determine who will progress to the semi-finals, and who will be eliminated from the tournament.
The T20 World Cup has been a hugely successful tournament so far, with some thrilling matches and some unexpected results.
However, the abandonment of the match between Australia and England is a huge disappointment for both teams, as well as for the fans who had been looking forward to watching the match.