Rain delays Sri Lanka-Windies one-dayer

2015-11-01 12:25
Sri Lanka (File)

Colombo - Bad weather delayed the start of the first one-day international between Sri Lanka and the West Indies in Colombo on Sunday.

The outfield and the pitch at the Premadasa stadium were covered at the scheduled toss time of 2 pm as persistent rain drenched the Sri Lankan capital.

More rain has been forecast for the rest of the evening.

Sri Lanka swept the preceding Test series 2-0. The three one-dayers will be followed by two Twenty20 games.

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