Only 42 overs could have been played due to the rain’s disruption on the second day of the second Test between West Indies and Sri Lanka in St. Lucia. Although the West Indies team scored 118 runs on the loss of 2 wickets for Stumps. Upon the end of the game, Devon Smith (53) and the ink has been playing 2 runs. On the other hand, Lahiru Kumara and Kasuna Rytha took one wicket each for the team.
Playing ahead of Day 2, Craig Brathwaite and Devon Smith gave the team a good start and played fine innings of 59 runs for the first wicket.
West Indies are still 135 runs behind Sri Lanka’s score, but they have 8 wickets in the series. In the first session, the West Indies team scored 65 runs on a wicket. Meanwhile, he lost opener Craig Braithwaite (22) wicket. However in the second session, the rain broke down considerably and by tea, the West Indies team scored 105 runs on a wicket.
Like the second season, the third season also saw a lot of hindrance due to the rain. Meanwhile, the hosts had lost the wicket of set batsman Kieron Powell (27) until the match was stopped due to bad light. Meanwhile, nearly three years later, Devon Smith, who returned to the West Indies, made a superb half-century and did not allow much shock to the team.
The Sri Lankan team did great bowling, but they did not get wickets in hand. Lahiru Kumara, who had a great bowling in the last match, also impressed in this match also.
On the third day of the Test match, where the West Indies will take advantage of the start of the tournament and would like to put pressure on the visiting side while standing up big scores, Sri Lanka’s team, on the other hand, would like to take wickets of the hosts in the first session and send them back to backfoot.