Rain forces Port of Spain draw
West Indies' bid to chase down a winning total of 215 on the final day of the second Test against Australia was ruined by the rain.
The match was set up for a thrilling finale as the hosts were looking to reach the victory total in Port of Spain, but with the score on 53-2 from 11 of the 61 allocated overs remaining, the rain again forced the players off and the sides had to settle for a draw which means Australia retain the Frank Worrell Trophy.
Australian captain Michael Clarke had declared his side's second innings at 160-8 in order to try and force a result after bowler Kemar Roach had completed his second five-wicket haul of the match for combined figures of 10-146.
It is the first time a West Indies player had taken 10 wickets in a Test match against Australia since Curtly Ambrose achieved the feat at Adelaide in 1993.
The three-Test series will conclude in Roseau from Monday with Australia holding a 1-0 advantage having won the first Test in Bridgetown.
The West Indies have called up Guyanese left-hand batsman Assad Fudadin in place of leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo while Kirk Edwards misses out due to injury.