South Africa made light work of Bangladesh in the first T20 in Dhaka on Sunday, but mostly thanks to a valiant half century for skipper Faf du Plessis, who ensured a 52-run win.
Day two of the third and final Test between Sri Lanka and Pakistan in Pallekele was interrupted by rain more than once, but that didn't prevent the bowlers from again having the last laugh, as they had on day one.
South Africa haven't played any cricket as a team since that World Cup semi-final exit in late March, while Bangladesh have recorded series wins over Pakistan and India, and will be eager to continue that trend.
Opening batsman Dimuth Karunaratne struck his second Test century but Sri Lanka ended day one of the third, and deciding, Test against Pakistan on 272 for eight at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium.
South Africa got their tour to Bangladesh off to a winning start, beating the BCB XI by an easy eight wickets, but didn't get much batting in as they needed just 100 to win.