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The second ODI was abandoned without a single ball being bowled
The West Indies will have to wait till the start of next year to increase their 1-0 lead against New Zealand after the second ODI was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to heavy rain.
The heavy rain even ensured that no toss took place as both teams stayed inside the pavilion until they were delivered the grim news.
The West Indies won the first ODI by two wickets behind all-rounder Darren Sammy’s spectacular blitz towards the end of the match.
The third ODI between New Zealand and the West Indies is scheduled to be played on January 1 in Queenstown.