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England vs West Indies Live Cricket Score 3rd Test Day 5: England need 8 wickets to win  – cricket


England vs West Indies Live Cricket Score 3rd Test Day 5: England will face off against the weather gods on Day 5 of the 3rd Test against West Indies in Manchester. The Day 4 was completely washed out without a single ball being bowled. Stuart Broad is eyeing 500 wickets and he would be looking to get at least a couple of wickets in the early session. But with clouds expected to hover in Manchester on Tuesday as well as per the forecast, England bowlers would want to finish this one as quickly as possible.

Follow England vs West Indies Live Cricket Score 3rd Test Day 5: 

14:00 hrs IST

David Warner praises Stuart Broad

“I think they should drop him again,” said Australia opener David Warner, who had a torrid time against Broad and scored just 95 runs at an average of 9.5 during the 2019 series. I don’t know why they dropped him for that first game but it’d be nice if I was to play there again and he wasn’t playing,” he told reporters. (Source: AFP)

13:50 hrs IST

Meanwhile, Atherton is not pleased

Former England batsman Michael Atherton is not happy with the new World Cup Super League tournament announced by ICC yesterday. Atherton believes the tournament structure is incredibly complex. “There is always logic in everything that happens, but what tends to happen is that it’s incredibly complex because what you’re trying to do is fit two systems together,” Atherton said on Sky Sports Cricket.

13:40 hrs IST

Will Stuart Broad join club 500 today?

One of the biggest moments in Test cricket could take place today when Stuart Broad joins the club 500. He is just one wicket away from getting his 500th Test wicket. Fingers crossed, he gets there!

13:30 hrs IST

Hello and Welcome

Hello and welcome to our live blog on Day 5 of the 3rd Test between England and West Indies. If rain wash out the final day as well, it would be deemed as an absolute villain for depriving fans for what could be a sensational comeback story for England. To have the first series in the post-Covid-19 era after nearly a four-month break end in a draw due to rain would make it an even worse outcome. Unless you are West Indies cricket team supporter, you would be hoping the rains stay away today in Manchester. Fingers crossed!


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