England v West Indies - match abandoned, rain
Third One-Day International, Headingley
The third and final One-Day International between England and the West Indies at Headingley Carnegie in Leeds was abandoned without a ball being bowled.
With the rain that has battered the area for the past two days showing no sign of abating, the decision was taken after an inspection at 1315 local time to call the game off, leaving England to claim the series 2-0.
They won the opening match by 114 runs at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton before pulling off an eight-wicket win at The Kia Oval in the second game.
The two sides will hope for better conditions at Trent Bridge, where they are scheduled to play a Twenty20 International on Sunday (24th June).
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