West Indies won the toss and chose to bowl first against England in the deciding test of the series at Old Trafford on Friday.
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Jofra Archer had earlier revealed facing racist abuse on social media in the aftermath of the mistake he committed.
Jason Holder said that the team is experienced enough to get back up from the defeat and challenge Joe Root and Co.
It was later revealed that Dominic Sibley had inadvertently applied saliva on the ball and the home side brought the matter immediately to the umpires.
England vs West Indies second Test: Michael Vaughan backs Dominic Sibley after his slow century invites criticism
England batsman Dominic Sibley scored a 312-ball century in the second Test against West Indies.
Not even a single delivery could be bowled in the session as rain forced players to stay inside their respective dressing rooms.
Ben Stokes' century made him only the fifth all-rounder to have scored 10 centuries or more and taken more than 150 wickets.
England was meandering along at a run rate of 2.44, with the leave often being the shot of choice, especially for Sibley.
Blackwood scored a match-winning 95 in the second innings as West Indies claimed a four-wicket win over England on Sunday.
England are down 0-1 in the three-match series after West Indies pulled off a stunning four-wicket win at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton.
West Indies beat England by four wickets in the first Test to take a 1-0 lead on the three-match series.
Broad made his feelings known on national TV after failing to make the cut and Hussain stated he was right in doing so.
West Indies batsman Kraigg Brathwaite played a knock of 65 runs in the first innings while the team was bowled out for 318.
The toss took place in the second session of the opening day after the first session was washed out due to rain.
The covers were on the field at the Rose Bowl in Southampton when the toss was due to be made at 10.30 a.m. local time.