Date & Time
25/08/2017 - 29/08/2017 - 12:00 am
In 2015, the series finished as a draw, which meant England retained the Wisden Trophy they won when the West Indies toured England in 2012.
The first Test in Antigua finished as a draw before England won the second Test in Grenada by nine wickets. However, the third Test finished in less than three days after the second day producing 18 wickets, a record for a Test in the West Indies; the home side bowled England out for just 123 runs in the second innings, setting up a five-wicket victory as they chased down a target of 192.
Corinthian Sports are pleased to offer this luxury viewing suite situated on the top floor of the Headingley Pavilion. It has stunning panoramic third man view of the action and its own private balcony with cushioned seats with the best views in the house.