Bad climate wipes out morning session in 2nd Test between England and Pakistan


Southampton, August 15

Bad climate continued to canine the second check between England and Pakistan on Saturday as a mixture of unhealthy gentle and drizzle worn out the morning session on the third day on the Rose Bowl.

There was no phrase of if, or when, it might be doable for play to restart.

Only 86 of a doable 180 overs had been bowled on the primary two days as Pakistan, batting first, reached 223-9 with Mohammad Rizwan unbeaten on 60.

With extra unhealthy climate forecast, a draw was shortly rising because the more than likely end result.

England lead 1-Zero within the three-match sequence. Reuters



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