ST GEORGE’S, Grenada – West Indies head coach Richard Pybus spoke to members of the media after the third Colonial Medical Insurance One-Day International against England was abandoned due to rain.
After a delayed start time, England won the toss and decided to ask West Indies to bat at the picturesque Grenada National Stadium. However persistent rain all day forced the officials to call off the match at 2:40pm.
The five-match series is now level 1-1. The fourth match will be played at the same venue on Wednesday. First ball is 9:30am (8:30am Jamaica Time/1:30pm GMT).
The match will be the 100th between the two teams since their first met back in 1973. England have won 50 matches, West Indies 43 with six no results. Playing the West Indies, the home side won 22, the visitors won 16 with four no results.
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Colonial Medical Insurance ODI Series Schedule
1st Colonial Medical Insurance ODI – Wednesday, February 20
Kensington Oval, Barbados – England won by six wickets
2nd Colonial Medical Insurance ODI – Friday, February 22
Kensington Oval, Barbados – West Indies won by 26 runs
3rd Colonial Medical Insurance ODI – Monday, February 25
Grenada National Stadium, Grenada – No Result due to rain
4th Colonial Medical Insurance ODI – Wednesday, February 27
Grenada National Stadium, Grenada
5th Colonial Medical Insurance ODI– Saturday, March 2
Daren Sammy Cricket Ground, Saint Lucia