West Indies & South Africa pitches rated ‘poor’ after rain-affected Tests

Only 22 overs were bowled in the fourth Test in Trinidad as the surface was unplayable following pre-match rain.

The last three days of the first Test in Durban were wiped out after heavy rain saturated a newly laid outfield.

The West Indies Cricket Board and Cricket South Africa may be warned or fined up to $15,000.

Both boards have 14 days to respond to the match referees’ reports.

A draw at Port of Spain meant India, who won the four-match series 2-0, were usurped at the top of the ICC Test rankings by Pakistan.


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