After the third and final game at Headingley on Sunday was called off due to rain, England and South Africa were tied at one in their One-Day International series.
South Africa scored 159 for two during the allotted 27.4 overs in Leeds before a no result was declared at around 4 PM local time.
The Proteas were 119 for two when the first rain delay occurred on the 21st. When play resumed, the match had been cut down to 45 overs per side.
Before additional rain caused the players to leave and never come back, only 6.5 more overs could be bowled.
At 92 unbeaten off 76, Quinton de Kock appeared headed for his 18th ODI century.
While Aiden Markram was still 24 and not out, The hitters that lost their wickets were Rassie van der Dussen (26) and Janneman Malan (11).
Since Jos Buttler took over as captain after Eoin Morgan retired, England’s aspirations of winning their first white-ball series were dashed by the cancellation.
After losing five of its previous eight ODI or Twenty20 international games this month, England entered Sunday’s game hoping to escape the possibility of suffering a third straight white-ball series defeat.