Rain washes out West Indies-Pakistan third T20I.

Because of relentless downpour and wet outfield, the third T20I between the West Indies and Pakistan in Guyana was deserted. Just 1.2 overs were bowled before the downpour by and by played spoilsport.

The throw was deferred because of the downpour. For some time, it yielded and the West Indies chose for bat. Andre Fletcher a few sixes, yet with the score perusing 15 for no misfortune, the rain came down.

Despite the fact that the groundsmen made a decent attempt to dry the ground, there wasn’t sufficient opportunity to play a five-over-a-side challenge. The fourth T20I will be played at a similar ground and there could be odds of downpour upsetting play. It just so happens, during this season, Guyana gets hefty precipitation. Pakistan lead the four-match series 1-0, with two of the games getting cleaned out.

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