West Indies' chances of snatching a draw in their one-day series with India were washed out by rain in St Lucia on Sunday night.
West Indies' chances of snatching a draw in their one-day series with India were washed out by rain in St Lucia.
The hosts went into the game 2-1 down in the best-of-four contest but saw their hopes destroyed by the weather.
An earlier downpour had already seen the contest delayed and then reduced to 49 overs a side.
But with the home side on 27 for one after 7.3 overs a further deluge saw the contest called off.
In the 45 balls that were bowled, the most notable incident was the dismissal of Chris Gayle, the Windies skipper edging Ishant Sharma to wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni for a duck.
Runako Morton and Ramnaresh Sarwan had both reached 12 not out when the rain returned.
Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc says that the white-ball squad are preparing for the proposed tour of England as if it will go ahead.
Somerset and Yorkshire are also closing in on opening-round victories.
He took 26 wickets at 16.73 against Pakistan four years ago and is relishing facing them again.
England head into the final ODI with an unassailable 2-0 advantage.
Banton admits he is yet to get to grips with his new position.
The 17-year-old fast bowler became the youngest player to claim a Test hat-trick earlier this year.
He weighed in with 11 wickets in the second and third Tests against the West Indies at Old Trafford.
He played 52 Tests for England and announced his retirement in 2018.
Former Yorkshire and England all-rounder Bresnan joined Warwickshire this summer.