Rain washes out 3rd ODI between West Indies and England

Moeen Ali will leave return home after their 5th ODI against Windies

Moeen Ali will leave return home after their 5th ODI against Windies

And welcome to coverage of the third ODI of five between West Indies and England from St George's, Grenada. There's other guys around who've probably got the same.

"It comes with the territory".

"As long as it all goes well, as far as his approach is concerned, I don't see any reason we can't consistently cross the 300-mark", he added. That might work in my favour. I had this then.

Recently, Gayle announced that he would retire from the one-day global cricket (ODI) after the World Cup which is slated to be held in England and Wales, later this year.

England's caution with Woakes is understandable.

It is likely they will again opt for the same line-up in the fourth match with Chris Gayle looking to continue his fine form as he leads up to his impending retirement whilst Sheldon Cottrell will again be hoping to cause problems after his five-wicket haul in game 2.

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With the ball, Russell has picked 65 ODI wickets with the best bowling figures of four for 35.

"Up front he hasn't got away from us, we've got a lot of dot balls on him", said the Warwickshire all-rounder. England have had an issue with left-arm seamers since the start of 2017 - averaging 25 against them compared to 40 against right-armers - and they need to put that right.

With Mark Wood having apparently rediscovered his pace - he is regularly exceeding 90 miles per hour - and maintaining impressive control, England look close to settling on a first choice seam attack of him and Woakes.

Bravo said that Gayle is still an asset for the team and is the one who always helps the youngster with their game.

The 39-year-old finished with 135 in that match, including a dozen sixes, but managed only nine singles from the 15 deliveries he faced from Woakes.

Darren Bravo will win his 100th cap for the Windies in St George's, a milestone that once looked out of reach during a two-year global exile. "He is as good as ever".

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