The weather affected the World Cup for the second day in a row as Bangladesh’s game against Sri Lanka was delayed.
Rain ensured the covers remained on the pitch and square and prevented the toss taking place as scheduled at 10:00 BST. Play was set to start at 10:30.
Only 7.3 overs were possible in the match between West Indies and South Africa at Southampton on Monday.
“It’s a grim scene. The chances of play today are extremely unlikely,” said BBC Test Match Special’s Simon Mann.
Sri Lanka’s match against Pakistan at Bristol on 7 June was abandoned without a ball being bowled.