Baxenden captain Andy Caunce is hoping for a repeat result against Settle on Sunday – but hopes the game is fairer.
Bash beat their Ramsbottom Cup semi-final opponents Settle on Saturday but Caunce felt the track played a big part.
"Whoever won the toss basically won because of the state of the track," said the Bash skipper. "It was horrendous due to the weather and luckily for us we won the toss and chose to bat as whoever batted second was always going to lose.
"What we want for Sunday is the best team to win, rather than it be dependent on the conditions.
"We hope it’s us but we just want a good atmosphere, for it to be fair and to be a good game. I am sure Settle feel the same.
"We do have five bowlers, Liam Riley is bowling well for us, and I have never won this cup so it’s an important weekend for us."
Bash were dismissed for 170 on Saturday while Settle’s rain-interrupted reply towards a revised target saw them eventually marooned on 97-7 with 13 overs remaining.
Kamran Younas top-scored for the visitors with 52.
The victory meant Baxenden and Read closed the gap on leaders Barnoldswick who didn’t play.
Barlick haven’t lost in 16 senior division outings but six matches have been washed out, including their most recent fixture against Great Harwood.
"Barnoldswick’s ground doesn’t drain as well as some and so they could have problems with their pitch if this weather continues," said the Bash captain.
"If they miss a couple of games and teams like us and Read pick up points then it could have the deciding factor on the title although you don’t want it to happen like that.
"Hopefully the weather will improve as the amount of rain is demotivating at the moment and some cricketers are losing interest as there has been a lot of just sitting around."
They will hope for good weather tomorrow when Bash welcome Whalley to Back Lane – the team where their pro Younas played last season.
"We beat them at their place a couple of weeks ago and there was a bit of an ill-tempered atmosphere," revealed Caunce.
"I don’t mind it getting a bit fiesty though and hopefully we can pick up maximum points."
Bash have Ben Swindles back after having his appendix out.
Oswaldtwistle Immanuel are in cup semi-final action too and make the trip to leaders Barnoldswick on Sunday as the underdogs.
They were overcome by second-placed Read on Saturday, who piled up the runs at New Lane.
Mohammed Jamal was unbeaten on 91 and Jordan Clark contributed 57 out of 249-4.
Ossie needed 218 to take the points but made 162-7 with pro Chris Cook-Martin top scoring with 39.
It’s a local derby tomorrow as Harwood will be looking to get revenge on Immanuel, who knocked them out of the Ramsbottom Cup at the first-round stage earlier this season.