No play was possible on day three of the third Test at Darren Sammy National Stadium.
Moeen Ali (left) celebrating his century on day one of the fourth Test.
Miguel Cummins (centre) picked three wickets in the first innings.
The Darren Sammy International Stadium, St Lucia
Ravichandran Ashwin celebrating his fourth Test century.
Alastair Cook in nets ahead of the fourth Test against England.
Mickey Arthur during nets ahead of the fourth Test against England.
Ravichandran Ashwin remained unbeaten on 75 on a tough batting day.
The Darren Sammy International Stadium in Saint Lucia
Jamaica Tallawahs celebrating their CPL victory.
England's Jonny Bairstow and Moeen Ali at the end of the days play
Andre Russell celebrating his century in the third playoff game against Trinbago Knight Riders
Alastair Cook (left) and Alex Hales (right) shared an unbeaten 120-run stand.
James Anderson (right) was warned twice for running on the pitch on day two.
Brendon McCullum played a patient knock of 49.
Sami Aslam (left) and Azhar Ali (right) shared 181-run stand for second wicket
Sohail Tanvir (left) and Rayad Emrit (right) celebrating the victory over Jamaica Tallawahs
Roston Chase scored a century and picked a five-wicket haul in the game.
Sohail Khan celebrating his five-wicket haul against England on day one.
Only 95 deliveries were bowled on day four of the second Test at Sabina Park.
Steven Finn in training ahead of the third Test at Edgbaston.
Steven Finn (left) and James Anderson (right) in a practice session ahead of the third Test against Pakistan.
A view on Sabina Park stadium in Jamaica hosting the second Test.
St Lucia Zouks finished third in the group stage.
Dwayne Bravo (left) was awarded the man of the match for his four-wicket haul.
Jason Mohammed (right) smashed five sixes during his knock of 57.
Ravichandran Ashwin picked another five-wicket haul for India.
Andre Fletcher scored an unbeaten 74 for the Zouks.
Evin Lewis scored 79 off just 40 deliveries.
Dwayne Smith (left) and Nic Maddinson (right) added 92-run opening stand after the bowlers restricted Barbados to 142.