Australia’s ODI against West Indies suspended after coin toss
Cricket: Alex Carey's captaincy debut proved to be successful as the Aussies thrashed the West Indies, registering a 133-run victory in the first ODI....
Cricket: Alex Carey's captaincy debut proved to be successful as the Aussies thrashed the West Indies, registering a 133-run victory in the first ODI.
A positive Covid-19 test has resulted in the last-minute postponement of the scheduled second One-Day International between the West Indies and Australia at Kensington Oval, officials announced.
In incredible scenes, news of the suspension came through following a delay to the start of the match after Aussie captain Alex Carey had already won the toss and chose to bat first.
Players were seen returning to their respective dressing rooms mere minutes away from the start of the match.
It was supposed to be a special moment for fast bowler Riley Meredith, who was set to make his ODI debut. It turned sour just minutes after he received his cap from injured appointed captain Aaron Finch, before the toss was taken.
“The second ODI between West Indies and Australia has been postponed due …
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