Wet outfield delays start of third day in West Indies, Pakistan Test



Kingston, Jamaica

Damp patches in the area of the bowlers’ run-up delayed the start of play on the third day of the second Test between the West Indies and Pakistan at Sabina Park on Sunday.

Pakistan will resume their first innings at 212 for four following the loss of the entire second day’s play on Saturday because of rain and a sodden outfield.
West Indies won the first Test by one wicket a week earlier at the same venue.—Agencies

Previous articlePak female cyclists to go in World Road Cycling C’ship
Next articleNo. 1 Barty beats Krejcikova to reach semis in Cincinnati