Ireland remain on course to pull off a remarkable series win over the West Indies after the second T2OI at Warner Park, St. Kitts ended in a rain-affected no result.
Only 21 overs were played at Basseterre with Ireland posting 147-9 in their innings.
Gareth Delany led the way for the visitors with 44 while West Indies captain Kieron Pollard took 4-25.
After a revised target was set at 152 from 19 overs, the West Indies were only able to reach 16-1 through two overs before the match was called off.
The final game will be played at the same venue on Sunday night with Ireland eager to avenge the 3-0 defeat they suffered in the one-day series earlier this month.
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