India target Seal Series vs West Indies in St Lucia - 3rd Test Match
3 of the 4 Tests have finished without an outcome, with West Indies beating Bangladesh by 296 keeps running in 2014. Not at all like the Sabina Park pitch, the wicket laid around here has an earthy tint to it, with dry grass everywhere throughout the surface.On Sunday evening, there was just a minor tinge of green, maybe inferable from the way that the grounds men were all the while watering it. Any dampness however ought to dissipate inside the primary hour of play, with the sun whipping, as the pitch as of now looks a batting marvel with regards to its history.
Stung by a surprising fightback from West Indies
on the last day of the downpour hit the 2nd Test India will need to take a gander at their rocking the bowling alley blends and return to winning ways when the third cricket Test starts in St. Lucia from Tuesday.Riding on tenderfoot batsman Roston Chase's undaunted 137 off 269 balls, West Indies hung on with a battling attract the downpour influenced the second Test in Jamaica.
In any case, the guests still hold a 1-0 lead in the four-match arrangement in the wake of winning the main Test in Antigua by an innings and 92 runs and would hope to seal the arrangement when they take the field at the Darren Sammy Stadium in St. Lucia.
All things considered, India's ploy of playing five bowlers ought to stay untouched yet it can be accepted that they should have talked about the lines rocked the bowling alley at the West Indies' batsmen and why they couldn't take six wickets on a day five contribute Jamaica.