Rain delays start of Windies clash with Australia

2016-06-05 18:54
West Indies

Providence - Steady early-morning rain delayed the start of the second match of the Tri-Nation One-Day International series between the West Indies and Australia at the Guyana National Stadium on Sunday.

No decision has yet been made on when the toss will be taken.

West Indies opened the tournament with a four-wicket victory over South Africa on Friday at the same venue.

Australia and South Africa are scheduled to meet, also at Providence, on Tuesday before the series shifts to St Kitts for three more matches after which the final three round-robin fixtures and the one-off final will be played in Barbados.

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