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WI vs. AUS 2nd ODI: West Indies and Australia suspended over COVID case at West Indies Camp – The second ODI between the West Indies and Australia was suspended due to a positive COVID-19 case. The development was about to break down minutes before the first ball in Barbados. Footballers, support staff and match officials were informed minutes after the kick-off that both teams had returned to their respective locker rooms. The game was stopped immediately and all players will now go to isolation.

The positive case does not trust Australia.

WI vs AUS 2nd ODI: West Indies vs Australia suspended due to COVID case, confirms Cricket Australia – Check what actually happened?

According to cricket.com.au, both the teams and the press and race officials were in a safe bubble for the five-T20, three-ODI series, which play in the Caribbean islands of St. Lucia and Barbados.

WI vs. AUS 2nd ODI LIVE: West Indies and Australia suspended over COVID case, Cricket Australia confirms

Australia won the throw and chose the bat


West India (Play XI): Evin Lewis, Shay Hop (c), Darren Bravo, Jason Muhammad, Nicolas Puran, Kiron Pollard (c), Jason Holder, Hayden Walsh, Sheldon Cottell, Alzarry Joseph, Akal Hussein

Australia (Play XI): Josh Philipp, Ben McDermott, Mitchell Marsh, Moses Henrix, Alex Carey (v / v), Ashton Turner, Matthew Wade, Mitchell Stark, Riley Meredith, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlwood

WI vs. AUS 2nd ODI LIVE: Second ODI suspended due to COVID case, Cricket Australia confirms

After a complete advantage in the T20 series, the winds blew against extraordinary speed and test length from Mitchell Stark and Josh Hazlwood as Australia recorded 133 runs over the host in the opening game, which reduced rain from one side to 49 overs.

The first Australian showed up to be the first to be beaten – Josh Philip, Ben McDermott and Wes Agar – and were able to put a good 252/9 result in the allotted overtime against Hayden Walsh (5-39). Skipper Alex Carey (67) and A Turner (49) were the best scorers for the visitors, while debutants Josh Philip (39) and Ben McDermott (28) managed 51 tackles for the first penalty. In response, the Vindy lost a penalty in the first inning and were quickly reduced to 27/6 before skipper K. Pollard scored fifty goals to revive the chase. However, Stark and Hazlwood hit again and eventually beat the hosts for 123 runs in 26.2 overtime. The duo of M Starc (5-48) and H Hazlewood (3-11) took 8 wickets together.

The Aussies lead a three-game series 1-0. The Winds, on the other hand, have no room for errors in the remaining two games and are looking for a bank in their T20I performance to go back and level the series.

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The wind

Kieron Pollard (c), Akeal Hosein, Sheldon Cottrell, Roston Chase, Romari Shepherd, Alzarri Joseph, Anderson Phillip, Evin Lewis, Shai Hope (wk), Jason Mohammed, Darren Bravo, Nicholas Pooran, Jason Holder, Fabian Alen, Shimron

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Alex Carey (c / wk), Mitchell Stark, Josh Hazlwood, Matthew Wade, Moses Henriquez, Mitchell Swepson, Wes Agar, Josh Philip, Ben McDermott, Andrew Tay, Mitchell Marsh, Ashton Turner, Daniel Christon Brian Adam Zampa, Riley Meredith

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