Rain plays the bummer as the third ODI game between India and the West Indies is reduced to 40 overs

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After the nearly 2 hour delay, the match is all set to resume between India and the West Indies in the 3rd ODI match. Due to rain, the game will be reduced to 40 overs per side. 5 bowlers can bowl 8 overs each to complete their bowling quota.

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The reduction in overs meant that the Indian team has 16 overs left in their innings and they will be looking forward to pull out all the stops in these 16 overs and score as many runs as possible.

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Speaking of the Indian innings, India is a wicket-down against the West Indies after the dismissal of Shikhar Dhawan in the third and final ODI. Dhawan and Gill reached the 1950s to take India past the 100-point mark. Hayden Walsh Jr ended the partnership and sacked Dhawan at 58. Earlier, India won the toss and chose to bat. The visitors make one change as Prasidh Krishna replaces Avesh Khan.

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India is one wicket down against the West Indies after the sacking of Shikhar Dhawan in the third and final ODI. Dhawan and Gill reached the 1950s to take India past the 100-point mark. Hayden Walsh Jr ended the partnership and sacked Dhawan at 58. Earlier, India won the toss and chose to bat. The visitors make one change as Prasidh Krishna replaces Avesh Khan.

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As we write, the game has resumed and the partnership of Shubman Gill and Shreyas Iyer for the Indian team is thriving with both batters batting in more offensively. As of now, the Indian score stands at 150-1 at the end of 27 overs.