England's third one-day international against West Indies was abandoned on Friday afternoon without a ball being bowled.
Persistent rain had left the playing surface in Headingley sodden and umpires made the decision to call off the game after a brief inspection at 1:00pm.
Many of the sellout crowd did not even bother to make the trip to the ground where puddles had formed and England were set to field an under-strength team having already won the series 2-0.
Key men including Stuart Broad and Graeme Swann were among those due to be rested in the middle of a hectic summer for the squad.
The two sides are due to meet on Sunday in a one-off Twenty20 international at Trent Bridge.