West Indies v Sri Lanka: Rain ensures no play on day 4 in Colombo

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    Jahkno!
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    Rain and then a soggy outfield prevented any play on the fourth day in the second Test between West Indies and Sri Lanka at the P Sara Oval in Colombo on Sunday.

    Persistent drizzle throughout the day, which left the field near the boundary soggy resulted in umpires Simon Fry and Rod Tucker calling off play midway between what would have been lunch and tea.

    West Indies will resume on Monday’s final day on 20 for one, needing another 224 runs to win the match, with nine second innings wickets remaining.

    Play will start early to make up for some of the time that was lost.

    Sri Lanka won the first of the two Test series in Galle inside four days by an innings and six runs.

    Summary Scores:

    Sri Lanka 1st Innings: 200 All Out (66 Overs). Milinda Siriwardana 68, Rangana Herath 26*, Dinesh Chandimal 25, Kusal Perera 16; Jomel Warrican 20-2-67-4, Jason Holder 11-1-22-2, Jerome Taylor 15-2-50-2, Davendra Bishoo 8-0-18-1.

    West Indies 1st Innings: 163 All Out (64.2 Overs). Kraigg Brathwaite 47, Jason Holder 21, Kemar Roach 17*, Jermaine Blackwood 16; Dhammika Prasad 12-3-34-4, Dilruwan Perera 11.2-3-28-3, Milinda Siriwardana 10-2-26-2, Rangana Herath 20-5-39-1.

    Sri Lanka 2nd Innings: 206 All Out (75.3 Overs). Angelo Matthews* 46, Milinda Siriwardana 42, Kusal Mendis 39, Kaushal Silva 32; Kraigg Brathwaite 11.3-4-29-6, Jomel Warrican 25-2-62-2, Jerome Taylor 8-3-26-2, Jason Holder 5-1-9-0.

    West Indies 2nd Innings: 20/1 (9 Overs). Shai Hope 17*, Kraigg Brathwaite 3; Dhammika Prasad 5-2-4-1, Rangana Herath 3-1-8-0, Nuwan Pradeep 1-0-8-0.

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