West Indies and Sri Lanka have drawn the second Test between the two, and consequently, the series in Antigua.
Sri Lanka were yesterday set a target of 377 to win the match while West Indies were chasing 10 wickets in just over a full day’s play.
However, in addition to rain delays earlier in the Test, drizzles and a wet outfield delayed the start of play this morning.
Eventually, the game got going at 10:35am and Sri Lanka got to the job of keeping their wickets intact.
They lost only two wickets in 70 overs on the final day and got to 193/2, needing 184 runs in roughly 20 overs before it was decided that the match would end in a draw.