Incessant rain all through the day forced the umpires to call off third day's play without a ball being bowled in the opening Test between India and South Africa on Sunday. Earlier, rain washed out the first two sessions at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town and later the 'supper soppers' too were reported to be damaged, forcing the officials to call off the day's play. However, the curator Evan Flint believes that fans will be able to get some cricketing action as soon as the weather clears out. The drainage at Newlands is one of the better ones in South Africa and hence this optimism is definitely not out of place. This is not what South African wanted to see after being firmly in the driving seat with a lead of 142 and some very dangerous players still to bat who can change the game in a blink of an eye. Watch this video to find out more.