England-West Indies Test series, the visiting team has a chance to win after 32 years
MANCHESTER: The second match of the historic Test series between England and the West Indies starts today. Joe root will lead the English team.
International cricket returned 117 days later, but in the absence of England captain Joe Root, Ben Stokes led the team and could not win the first Test against the West Indies.
England’s batting and bowling failed miserably and at home England lost by 6 wickets. The second Test starts in Manchester today where West Indies have a chance to make history.
The West Indies have not won a Test series on English soil in 32 years. In 1988, the West Indies won under the captaincy of Sir Vivian Richards.
There are likely to be two changes to the English squad for the second Test. Stuart Broad is also expected to replace Mark Wood.
The second Test between England and West Indies will start at 3 pm Pakistan time.