West Indies and Sri Lanka will have to return on Monday to complete the fifth match of the Tri-Nations Series after rain cut short their contest in Trinidad after 19 overs.
Sri Lanka had reached 60-3 after being put into bat by the time the heavens opened. Heavy showers continued to come and go throughout the day before play was finally abandoned around 1.30pm.
The match will resume, weather permitting, on Monday with the Sri Lankans looking to continue their recovery from a shaky start.
Openers Upul Tharanga and Mahela Jayawardene both mustered seven apiece for the tourists on a Queen's Park Oval pitch offering pace and bounce.
Jason Holder, playing in place of injured spinner Sunil Narine, marked his first appearance of the tournament by getting Tharanga caught superbly by Darren Bravo.
Kemar Roach then struck with the next delivery, former Sri Lanka skipper Jayawardene top-edging an attempted pull onto his helmet to then see the rebound lobbing into the grateful hands of Devon Smith at square-leg.
The same bowler then struck again with the score on 29, bowling Dinesh Chandimal with an off-cutter to leave the Sri Lankans in serious trouble.
Kumar Sangakkara (11 not out) and Lahiru Thirimanne - who was unbeaten on 13 - steadied the ship with an unbroken stand worth 31. Their cause was helped by the hosts sending down 16 wides and two no-balls.
A no-result will be declared and the points will be shared if the match can't be completed on Monday, meaning West Indies would qualify for the final.