The forecast for the second Test between Bangladesh and South Africa in Dhaka looks similar to the wash-out in Chittagong last week, but Dale Steyn will hope he has enough time to take just one wicket.
This is one of the less predictable pitches on the circuit, and both batsmen and bowlers can do well. The ball does tend to dominate, mind.
Whoever wins the toss will probably bowl, given the cloud cover set to be around, and said grass. Bowling first does tend to see a positive result, especially in recent years. But batting well will see some profit as well.
It's honours even going into the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston, though the Aussies will feel they're slightly ahead after winning the most recent match, and having the more settled side.
Scotland and Netherlands shared the trophy after the final of the World T20 qualifiers was abandoned without a ball being bowled.