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No play again in Sydney

The wet conditions in Sydney mean that play is abandoned between Australia and the West Indies for the second day in succession.

The third Test between Australia and the West Indies will end in a draw after the wet conditions in Sydney meant that no play was possible for a second consecutive day.

A total of 10cm of rain has fallen over New South Wales since the start of the Test.

As a result, this is only the fifth time in history that two successive days of a Test match have been abandoned in Australia.

Cricket Australia has announced that fans will be granted free entry for day five at the Sydney Cricket Ground, although more rain is expected.

The West Indies won the toss and elected to bat, finding themselves currently on 248-7.

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