3rd T20 West Indies vs England: Toss delayed due to rain

The third T20I between West Indies and England gets delayed due to rain, followed by a wet outfield.

Teams wait for the match to begin as the passing shower abrupt the game, followed by the disturbance in the wet outfield. As both the team await for the match to begin, England surprises the fan with its change in playing XI.

West Indies might be eyeing the 3rd T20I win as the hosts were close enough to win the second T20 but the England team snatched away the game, winning by just 1 run.

Eoin Morgan will be possibly not included in the playing XI while England announces three debutants for the national team. George Garton, Phil Salt, and David Payne will probably play today’s crucial game.

With the series level at 1-1, both the team have equal opportunity to win today’s game. The passing shower might change the weather as well as the outfield for today’s game.

West Indies were close enough to dominate the series by winning the second match too, but England’s luck supported the team to win by just one run. Romario Shephard and Akeal Hosein knocked a brilliant partnership, taking the team to high hopes of winning the second T20I.

With two T20Is remaining, the decision of the winning team for this series is yet to be a result as both the teams level at 1-1. The hosts will be looking for a stable squad as well as a consistent playing XI as West Indies will be all set to play the white-ball series against team India in some days.

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