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“It’s looking like we’ll have to take 19 wickets in two days. But the wicket has offered something throughout the whole Test so far, so we just need to make sure we can expose that. And we know that once we get on a roll, anything is possible with the bowling attack we have.” – England’s Ben Stokes
Welcome again! It’s day 4 of the second Test between England and West Indies at Old Trafford, which has seen play solely on the primary two days because the third day’s play was washed out with out a ball being bowled. If the rain gods are type, which the climate forecast suggests, then there are nonetheless two full days left for England to press for a series-levelling victory. But to see if that occurs or not, we should see if the play begins on time in the present day, i.e., 3:30 pm (IST).
Until then, whereas all of us maintain our fingers crossed, here is a wrap from the motion on day one and two.
SUMMARY SO FAR: Play was washed out on Saturday, day three, as rain fell persistently over Old Trafford. The umpires known as off the day three hours earlier than the scheduled shut, however higher climate is forecast for Sunday.
The West Indies will resume on 32/1, with Kraigg Brathwaite batting on six and nightwatchman Alzarri Joseph on 14.
The guests are nonetheless 437 runs behind, after England declared their first innings at 469/9, in search of to degree the collection after shedding the primary Test in Southampton.