Jamaica are in the middle of a rotten rut, but their hopes of breaking that streak against the defending champions are bleak.
In a rain-affected day, only 52 overs were possible but it was enough for Afghanistan to first set up a target of 398 for Bangladesh and then take six wickets.
With just one day left for the Test a draw looks like on plate for the viewers.
The table-toppers of both North and South groups are involved on another day of T20 Blast action.
England batsmen need to continue showing resistance and bat through the first session to stand any chance of securing victory.
Two Vitality Blast 2019 fixtures are scheduled for August 24 at Uxbridge and Taunton – Middlesex vs Sussex and Somerset vs Glamorgan.
India had Ajinkya Rahane to thank for after being reduced to 25/3, but the focus now will be on Pant to take India to a formidable total.
England impressed in the second Test at Lord’s, but Australia still lead the series and victory is imperative for the home side.
India have an unassailable 1-0 lead, but they will be keen to close out victory and banish the memories of a below-par World Cup.
In the final of the second edition of the tournament, the Hawks head in with less rest, but a lot of momentum against the defending champions.