West Indies and England third ODI deserted because of rain.
The arrangement is bolted at 1-1 going into the fourth match in Grenada
The third One-Day International of the five-coordinate arrangement between the West Indies and England was surrendered on Monday after Steady precipitation constrained the match to be halted before a ball was bowled in Grenada.
Britain chief Eoin Morgan put the West Indies to bat however the showers which postponed the hurl returned before the players could jump on the field at the National Stadium.
It leaves the arrangement bolted at 1-1 going into the fourth match at a similar scene on Thursday.
The two groups will at that point proceed onward to St Lucia for the last ODI and the primary installation of a three-coordinate T20 International arrangement in a similar nation, after which the last two T20’s will be played in St Kitts.
On two or three events the conditions improved adequately for the umpires to choose updated controls for a cloudburst diminished match, just for the downpours to return and evacuate any opportunity of playing a base 20 overs-per-side match.
As the coin was hurled, the match considers an authority ODI which will be a specific dissatisfaction for Darren Bravo as the West Indies batsman was seeking after a progressively noteworthy event to check his 100th match in the configuration.