MCC buoyed by rain forecast – West Indies to survive past tea


10941064695_622807c30b_MCGA spokesperson for the MCC has said they are buoyed by the prospect of rain on Boxing Day tomorrow. Although it may cause some discomfort for the fans, the delays the rain will cause are expected to allow the match to go past tea on the first day. A spokesperson for the West Indies said his team is delighted at the prospect of going so deep into the match.

When asked whether the West Indies were likely to put in a more competitive performance given they have more chance of surviving so long, the spokesperson said, “It’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how you play the game.”

It’s your XYZ.

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