Rain ruins day four of third Test at Emirates Old Trafford

Heavy rain prevented any play on day four of the third Test between England and West Indies at Emirates Old Trafford.

It means England will need to take eight wickets on the game's final day to win the Test and series.

West Indies are 10-2, chasing an unlikely 399 to win a series in England for the first time since 1988.

The series is currently locked at 1-1, with England looking to protect a six-year unbeaten home record.

When play does resume on Tuesday, England bowler Stuart Broad will be one wicket away from becoming only the second Englishman to reach 500 Test wickets.

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