Dhula attributable to rain, third day of England-West Indies match

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The third day of the second Test match on the Old Trafford floor between England and the West Indies was canceled attributable to heavy rain in Manchester.

It began raining from the start of the day and the covers remained on the bottom. Due to rain, the day's play couldn’t begin at 11 o'clock and the day's play was canceled if it didn’t cease until 4 o'clock within the night.

The Windies ended the second day with 32 runs on the lack of one wicket. The staff needed to lengthen its innings additional with this rating. Alzari Joseph 14 and Craig Brathwaite returned unbeaten on the second day after scoring six runs.

The visiting staff misplaced their solely wicket within the type of John Campbell, who had been lbw by Sam Curran for a complete of 16. <! –

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Campwell may solely rating 12 runs.

Earlier England had declared their first innings for 469 for 9 wickets. For that, Ben Stokes scored 176 runs off 356 balls. His innings included 17 fours and two sixes. Dom Sibley contributed 120 runs off 372 balls. He hit 5 fours in his innings.

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