Australia have another Ashes concern with Tayla Vlaeminick in doubt for the rest of the series after hurting her problematic right foot.
Just 4.1 overs were possible in the second Twenty20 at Adelaide Oval on Saturday, before a second shower washed away any chance of a result with England at 0-25.
It means both sides took one point away from the match, with Australia leading the series 3-1 after their nine-wicket thumping of England in Thursday night's opener.
But all is not rosy for the Australians.
Vlaeminick was spotted in a moon boot on Saturday, with the quick all but certain to miss the third T20 on Sunday.
The injury is in the same foot that she suffered a stress fracture in before the 2020 T20 World Cup, ruling her out of the tournament and a year of cricket.
Australia are uncertain on the seriousness of the latest injury after the world's fastest bowler pulled up sore from Thursday night's T20 win.
Medical staff are set to continue to assess the foot over the weekend with the Test due to start Thursday.
Beyond the Ashes, Australia also have a one-day World Cup starting on March 6 in New Zealand.
"We'll know a little bit more of the next few days but obviously not ideal," captain Meg Lanning said.
"It's always hard to tell with Tay, she puts on a pretty brave face.
"I've just had a chat with her today and she seems she seems OK. But it's hard to get a read on at the moment."
It comes after Australia lost opener Beth Mooney on the eve of the series to a fractured jaw after copping a ball to the chin in the nets.
Mooney has since undergone surgery and was spotted facing underarm throwdowns in the nets on Friday, but Australia's officials won't rush her back.
Australia are also without frontline spinners Georgia Wareham and Sophie Molineux through injury, with the former also set to miss the one-day World Cup and Commonwealth Games.
Vlaeminick's injury opened the door for fellow quick Darcie Brown to come into the team, potentially paving the way for her to keep her Test spot next week.
Rain is again forecast for Sunday's T20, potentially making the four-point Test in Canberra even more important with three ODIs worth two points each to follow.
Australian Associated Press
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