England's second ODI game against the West Indies has been abandoned due to rain.
They played just 2.2 overs this morning where England made it to 21 without loss.
The next ODI is scheduled for Bristol on Sunday with England leading the series 1-0.
England play the West Indies in an ODI this lunchtime but will do so without Chris Gayle.
The 38-year-old opener is suffering from a hamstring problem.
England have lost the toss at Trent Bridge and have been put into bat in their ODI against the West Indies.
England lead the series 1-0.
The action gets underway imminently!
Trent Bridge hosts the second ODI between England and the West Indies later this morning, with the hosts looking to make it 2-0 win following a comfortable victory on Tuesday in Manchester.
There's a chance of rain early afternoon but there should be enough good weather to get a decent day's play in Nottingham.
England have easily beaten the West Indies at Old Trafford by seven wickets with Johnny Bairstow getting his first ODI century for his country from 97 balls.
Ben Stokes hit the winning runs with overs to spare.
What a catch from Joe Root!
Chris Gayle had mauraded his way to 37 for the Windies before skying one to Root.
Root had dropped the West Indian opener early in the innings but more than made amends here.
The start of the first ODI between England and the West Indies has been delayed due to a wet outfield at Old Trafford.
The teams will be playing a best of five match series with the first match getting underway in Manchester later this afternoon.
Essex have been confirmed as champions of the Division One County Championship as rivals Lancashire were unable to beat Somerset.
Somerset beat Lancashire by seven wickets to hand the title to Essex, their first Championship since 1992!
It was all plain sailing for England today at Lord's as they ease to a nine-wicket victory, and duly take the series 2-1.
Next stop, the Ashes!!
England are easing to a 2-1 series win at Lord's (69-1), as having lost Alastair Cook (17) in the early part of their innings it's now Mark Stoneman (30*) and Tom Westley (16*) who are knocking off the 107 runs needed, and they only need 38 runs for victory, and will be looking to get this wrapped up by tea.
Windies have managed to remain six-down as the head into lunch at Lord's on 153-6.
But, with only an 82-run lead they will face a huge session after the interval.