Windies put stress on England after rain-delayed begin

Manchester, July 16

England have been 112/three at tea after dropping wickets at common intervals on the opening day of the second Test towards West Indies. Opener Dom Sibley (46) and all-rounder Ben Stokes (18) added 31 runs for the fourth wicket because the hosts trod cautiously in overcast situations, with the lights additionally switched on at Old Trafford. West Indies had gained the toss and Holder selected to bowl first. Reuters

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