Ben Stokes was the hero for England as the series moves to a deciding third Test, which begins on Friday.
West Indies beat England by four wickets on the final day of the first international Test since the coronavirus break.
England reached 1-35 against the West Indies before the day’s play was called off.
Weekes was one of the “Three W’s” alongside fellow greats Clyde Walcott and Frank Worrell who contributed so much to the rise of West Indian cricket.
Australian white-ball captain Aaron Finch will keep a close eye on the Test series between England and the West Indies which will have full biosecurity measures in place.
The last time Ben Stokes captained a team he was a teenager. Now he is poised to lead the England Test team against the West Indies.
Former Australian captain Mark Taylor says Steve Waugh made the wrong decision in dropping Shane Warne for the final Test against the West Indies in 1999.
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