Rain stopped play late in the first innings of the second ODI between Australia and Sri Lanka with the hosts on 220/9 after 47.4 overs having been sent in to bat.
Following a ground inspection the match has been reduced to 43 overs and Australia has been set a 216 run target to win.
Sri Lanka got off to a wobbling start following the loss of 103/7 through the middle overs, but the 10th-wicket partnership between Dushmantha Chameera and Maheesh Theekshana pulled the hosts towards a respectable total on a tricky wicket.
Opener Pathum Nissanka fell for 14 in the sixth over, with the opener tickling a faint edge through to wicketkeeper Alex Carey off Mathew Kuhnemann.
He also took the scalp of Chamika Karunaratne for 18.
Sri Lanka also struggled to deal with Glenn Maxwell, but it was Pat Cummins who inflicted the most damage with a flurry of wickets.
Kusal Mendis managed 36, Dhananjaya de Silva 34, and Dasun Shanaka 34 and all made starts but couldn’t go on with the job.
It was in stark contrast to the first ODI, when Sri Lanka posted 300/7.