Day 1 Test Match of West Indies and England Welcomed by Rain

Day 1 Test Match of West Indies and England Welcomed by Rain

Day 1 Test Match of West Indies and England Welcomed by Rain

In the match between England and the West Indies, the rain has poured down and restricted the return of cricket. 

Everyone was excited for the return of cricket on the West Indies tour of England. However, only 17.4 overs had been made possible as the game was disrupted by sudden rain. During that time, England has only batted 35-1. 

The game may have started three hours later but everyone took the chance to take a moment of silence just before the game started. All players and officials took a moment to honour all those who had lost their lives with COVID-19 and to West Indies legend Sir Everton Weekes who passed away recently. Aside from wearing emblems on their jerseys, both teams also used their knees to make a powerful gesture to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement. 

Weather forecasts also say that there may be some rain showers on the second day of the series. Aside from that, the depictions also show that the weather may be at its best during the last three days of the first Test match. 

So far, the brief score of England is 35/1 in 17.1 overs where Rory Burns has scored 20, Joe Denly has made 14, and Shannon Gabriel took a wicket along with 19 runs. To know the odds of their match, stay updated with Betwala. 

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