England vs West Indies 2020 | Persistent Rain in Manchester Washes Out Entire Day 3

England vs West Indies 2020

As Manchester’s continuous heavy rain washed away the third day of the second test between England and the West Indies, they didn’t even lose.

As Manchester’s continuous heavy rain washed away the third day of the second test between England and the West Indies, they didn’t even lose.

The rain forced players to stay in their respective locker rooms all day long, and the cover was firmly fixed at Old Trafford.

The West Indies still trailed 437 innings in the first inning and only 1 in 32 innings, while England’s 469 innings were in 9 innings. Two days ago, Ben Stokes (176) and Dominique Sibley (120) shared the fourth wicket of 260 innings.

Before the stump stumbled on Day 2, the visitor had lost John Campbell’s door, with Kraigg Brathwaite and Alzarri Joseph the night watchman in the middle.

If the West Indies lead the series 1-0 and are at the back of the second test in progress, they will be a happier team. The predictions for the remaining two days are promising, which means that there should be more cricket matches in this test.

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced earlier on Saturday that the pacemaker Jofra Archer had been fined undisclosed for breaching the biosafety agreement.

After Archer visited Hof’s house without authorization, he was excluded from the second test. This move was criticized by many people.

However, if he conducts a five-day self-isolation test in Old Trafford and has two negative reactions to the coronavirus, he will be selected for the final test and will rejoin the test class on July 21.

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