Rain ruins Pakistan vs. West Indies 3rd Twenty20

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PROVIDENCE, Guyana (AP) — Rain continues to disrupt the Twenty20 series between Pakistan and the West Indies with the third match ending in a no result on Sunday.

Only eight balls could be bowled in the entire game at Providence after West Indies captain Kieron Pollard won the toss and chose to bat before heavy rain forced players off the field.

The hosts were 15-0 in 1.2 overs at the time with Andre Fletcher (14) and Chris Gayle (1) at the crease.

Although the rain stopped and ground staff tried to clear the large puddles, umpires called off play at 2:10 p.m. local time.

Pakistan can't now lose the four-match series, which it leads 1-0. The final match is at the same venue on Tuesday.

The first match was also washed out due to rain at Barbados on Wednesday before Pakistan won the second match by seven runs at Guyana on Saturday.


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