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ENG vs WI: England and West Indies play third day of second test due to rain – england vs west indies 2nd test day 3 washed off due to rain

ENG vs WI 2nd Test: Host England declared their first innings on the second day at a score of 469 for 9 wickets, after which the West Indies team has now scored 32 runs for 1 wicket.

Agencies Updated: 18 Jul 2020, 10:47:00 PM IST

Windies unbeaten ahead of Stokes-Sibley, England score huge
Highlights
  • The second Test match of the series is being played between England and West Indies in Manchester
  • The third day of the match was washed out due to rain, not a single ball could be bowled
  • West Indies scored 32 runs for one wicket in their first innings till the end of the second day's play
  • The visiting West Indies team won the first Test in Southampton by four wickets and took a 1-0 lead in the series

Manchester

A single ball could not be bowled on Saturday on the third day of the second Test match between England and West Indies due to rain. The England team, trailing 0–1 in the series, now has just two days to equalize.

West Indies scored 32 runs for one wicket in their first innings till the end of the second day's play. Earlier on Friday, hosts England declared the first innings at a score of 469 for nine wickets. Craig Brathwaite was playing for 6 and Alzarri Joseph scored 14.

Windies unbeaten ahead of Stokes-Sibley, England score hugeWindies unbeaten ahead of Stokes-Sibley, England score huge

Windies team's open John Campbell scored 12 runs LBW off Sam Karan. Dravid all-rounder Ben Stokes scored 176 runs while scoring his 10th Test century, while opener Dom Sibley scored 120, the second Test century of his career.

Jose Butler scored 40 and Dom Bess scored 31 not out. For West Indies, off-spinner Roston Chase took the highest five wickets for 172 runs. At the same time, fast bowler Kemar Roach took two wickets.

Manchester Test: England strong, Stokes incinerate

  • Manchester Test: England strong, Stokes incinerate

    England declared their first innings in the second Test match of the series against the West Indies at 469 for 9 wickets. Batting all-rounder Ben Stokes scored 176 runs, batting brilliantly. Opener Dom Sibley (120) also hit a brilliant century. Guest team spinner Roston Chase took the maximum 5 wickets.

  • England declared first innings at 469/9

    The England team declared their first innings scoring 469 for 9 wickets. The hosts were strengthened by Stokes and Sibley's innings. While Stokes scored 176, Sibli contributed 120 runs, scoring the second Test century of his career. Apart from him, wicketkeeper batsman Jos Buttler contributed 40 and Dominic Bess contributed 31 not out. The West Indies scored 32 runs for 1 wicket by the end of the day's play.

  • Ben Stokes scored 176 runs

    England's all-rounder Ben Stokes scored 176 in the first innings. He hit 17 fours and 2 sixes off 356 balls. The 29-year-old accomplished his century off 255 balls, which was the 10th century of his Test career.

  • Dom Sibley hit second Test century

    England opener Dom Sibley (120) hit his second century of his Test career off 312 balls. Sibli hit 5 fours off 372 balls in his innings. Roston Chase hunted them. Earlier, he scored an unbeaten 133 against South Africa in Cape Town in January this year.

  • Roston Chase's 'Punch'

    West Indies spinner Roston Chase, bowling brilliantly, took the highest 5 wickets in the innings, which is the third time in his Test career. He gave 172 runs in 44 overs. Apart from them, Kemar Roach took 2 wickets, while captain Jason Holder and Aljari Joseph took 1-1 wickets.

  • Stokes and Sibley's second best partnership in Manchester

    England opener Dom Sibley and daring all-rounder Ben Stokes shared a 260-run partnership for the fourth wicket, the second-best partnership in a Test for any wicket at the Manchester ground. In 2001, Michael Vaughan and Thorpe had added 267 runs for the third wicket against Pakistan.

  • England's 5 wickets fell to 352

    Ollie Pope could not do anything special and the Windies team spinner Roston Chase dismissed him LBW. He scored only 7 runs. England's fifth wicket fell to a score of 352.

  • Butler added 40 runs, unbeaten innings of base

    Wicket-keeper batsman Jose Butler added 40 runs, while in the end, Dom Bess returned unbeaten after scoring 31 runs. Butler hit 4 fours in his innings of 79 balls. Bess hit 3 fours and 1 six in his unbeaten innings of 26 balls. Dom Bess and Stuart Broad (11 *) shared an unbeaten 42-run partnership for the final wicket.

  • Sam Karan gave first blow to Windies team

    The first blow to the West Indies team came at a score of 16 and opener John Campbell (12) was dismissed LBW by Sam Karan. Although the on-field umpire was given a not out by Campbell, the England team took DRS which was successful. Campbell hit 2 fours off 34 balls.

The first Test match was won by West Indies by four wickets at Southampton and took a 1-0 lead in the series. The third and final Test will also be played in Manchester.

Photo - ICC

Photo – ICC

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