Rain delays start of fourth day in Jamaica

2016-08-02 17:00
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Kingston - Overnight and early-morning rain delayed the start of play on the fourth day of the second Test between the West Indies and India at Sabina Park in Jamaica on Tuesday.

The hosts were due to start their second innings at the start of the day, after India declared at 500-9 before the rains curtailed play on Monday.

That gave Virat Kohli's tourists a 304-run first innings lead, and they will be hoping to get their victory push underway as soon as possible.

India lead the four-match series 1-0 after a crushing win by an innings and 92 runs in the first test at Antigua.

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