England vs West Indies (ENG vs WI) 3rd Test Day 4: The rain had the final say on Day 4 as it washed out an entire day’s play without a ball being bowled. The series decider will go into the final day on Tuesday with both the teams fighting for a series-deciding win. As it stands, England needs 8 wickets from a minimum of 98 overs on Day 5. West Indies, on the other hand, need another 389 runs for an unlikely win and they will resume on 10/2 with Kraigg Brathwaite (2*) and Shai Hope (4*) in the middle.
Broad, who had taken four wickets in the tourists’ first innings in the morning, continued by removing opener John Campbell without scoring and then nightwatchman Kemar Roach (4) after the West Indies were put in for the last six overs of the day. England had declared on 226 for two in their second innings as Rory Burns scored 90, Joe Root a quickfire 68 and Dom Sibley 56. They accelerated the run rate in Sunday’s evening session, seeking to build a large lead but still leave themselves enough time to bowl the West Indies out again and win the test.