England vs West Indies, 3rd Test Day 4: The fourth day of the final Test between England and West Indies was called off due to rain. West Indies will be the happier of the two sides with persistent rains in Manchester as England had the visitors on strings at the end of day 3. At Stumps, the Windies were reeling at 10/2, still needing 389 runs for an improbable win. Broad, who claimed figures of 6/31 in the first essay, removed John Campbell and nightwatchman Kemar Roach in a spell of sublime swing bowling to finish the day on 2/8. This was after Rory Burns (90) missed out on a hundred as he was dismissed by Roston Chase. Skipper Joe Root remained not out on 68 off just 56 deliveries while Dom Sibley scored 56. England openers Burns and Sibley added 114 runs as they floored the Windies who looked out of sorts. Burns and Root then added 112 for the second wicket before they declared on 226/2.