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England vs West Indies 3rd test second day England 369 and West Indies 137-6

England vs West Indies 3rd test second day England 369 and West Indies 137-6

The final Test of the three-match Test series is being played between England and the West Indies at Old Trafford, Manchester. England, who lost four wickets for 258 runs on the first day of this Test, were all out for 369 runs on the second day. For England, young batsman Ollie Pope scored the highest 91 runs. At the same time, Jos Buttler scored 67, Stuart Broad scored 62 and Rory Burns scored significant innings of 57 runs. After this, the West Indies lost six wickets for 137 runs till the end of the second day’s play. Captain Jason Holder is on the crease scoring 24 * and Shane Dorich 10 *. The visiting team is still 232 runs behind England’s first innings score and now it is also facing a threat of follow-on.

Know what happened the other day

Talking about the second day of the third Test, England batsmen Ollie Pope and Jos Buttler added four runs to the score on the first day that Ollie Pope was out on his first day’s score. England’s innings faltered once the Pope was out. After this Chris Woakes (01) and Joffre Archer (03) were also dealt cheaply. Wicket-keeper batsman Jose Butler added 11 runs to his first day’s score and he also kept going on a personal score of 67 runs. Butler was pipped by fast bowler Shannon Gabrielle.

Stuart Broad played a stormy innings

England, who lost four wickets for 258 runs on the first day, lost eight wickets for 280 runs at one time on the second day, but after that Stuart Broad, playing a stormy innings of 62 runs, gave England a strong position. Broad scored 62 runs in just 45 balls with 9 fours and a six and shared a 76-run partnership for the 9th wicket with Dom Bess (18 *). On the other hand, fast bowlers Shannon Gabriel and Keymer Roach bowled brilliantly for the West Indies. Roach made four and Gabriel took two English ballabies. Spinner Rushton Chase had two successes.

Broad and Anderson caused havoc

After making a huge total of 369 runs in the first innings, the England bowlers started attacking the West Indies batsmen from the beginning. In the second over, Broad gave the first blow to the West Indies as Craig Braithwaite (01). After this, John Campbell (32), Shai Hope (17), Shammah Brooks (04) and Rushton Chase (09) also returned cheaply to the pavilion. Both Anderson and Broad had two successes. At the same time, Chris Woakes and Jofra Archer took one wicket each.

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T20 series between Australia and West Indies has been canceled

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October T20 series between Australia and the West Indies has been canceled

T20 series between Australia and the West Indies has been canceled

Australia’s October T20 series against the West Indies The Calling-19 epidemic has affected the international sports calendar due to the postponement of the T20 World Cup in Australia in November and this month. There is an ODI series against Zimbabwe.

Cricket Australia said the purpose of the three-match West Indies series was to practice for the T20 World Cup, but could no longer meet that purpose. “In light of this development … matches were postponed … agreed to do so.”

Earlier, the India-Australia T20 series in October was canceled. It has not been decided whether the T20 series between India and Australia will be held again. Cricket Australia recently applied to India to play a T20 series in the December-January tour.

The Australian team could be seen playing at their home ground at the end of November. A Test match will be played between Australia and Afghanistan from November 21 to November 25. Australia recently canceled a series against New Zealand and Zimbabwe this month.

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T20 series between Australia and the West Indies has been canceled

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