Not a single ball could possibly be bowled resulting from rain on Day 2 of the second West Indies-Pakistan Test.© AFP
Heavy rain and a sodden outfield resulted within the abandonment of the second day’s play of the second Test between the West Indies and Pakistan at Sabina Park on Saturday and not using a ball being bowled. Pakistan will resume their first innings on the third day, climate allowing, at 212 for four after they have been put in to bat. Having misplaced the primary Test on the similar venue per week earlier by one wicket, the guests will see the lack of the day as a setback to their quest for a series-levelling victory.
West Indies are in search of their first Test collection victory over Pakistan for 21 years.
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