Rain delayed the start of Sunday's first Twenty20 International between South Africa and Australia at St George's Park in Port Elizabeth.
The Test series between these two sides will be fresh in the minds of the fans, but not so much for the players, given most of the Australia Test side has gone home and the focused has switched to the World Twenty20.
Sri Lanka won the Asia Cup final by five wickets in Dhaka on Saturday, beating Pakistan with nearly four overs to spare thanks to a fine century from Lahiru Thirimanne as they reached the 261 required.
One venue, three matches, five days. England's preparations for the World Twenty20 continue as they look to find a winning formula, while the West Indies will want to find form as they head into a title defence.
Sri Lanka maintained their unbeaten record at the Asia Cup, but only just, as they beat Bangladesh by three wickets and one over to spare thanks to skipper Angelo Mathews' unbeaten 74.
@Karma... The Commonwealth is possibly the worst I have seen it in years. Getting crushed 0 - 5 by an up and coming Australia must hurt right ...yes, especially after we beat them easily at home 3 months...Have Your Say