The one-day international series between West Indies and Afghanistan has finished all square after the third and final ODI was washed out.
Not a single ball was bowled due to persistent rain in St Lucia as the Windies and Afghanistan were forced to split the series 1-1 on Wednesday.
Touring Afghanistan had won the toss and opted to bat first but the rain was relentless, with the series evenly poised at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium.
The Windies - who swept the Twenty20 series - forced a deciding game three after claiming a four-wicket win on Sunday.
That's it.Relentless rain forces the match to be called off and the series ends 1-1#WIvAFG-- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) June 14, 2017