West Indies captain Jason Holder and his teammates take a knee ahead of day one of the 1st #RaiseTheBat Test match at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton, on Wednesday.
After a 117-day absence, international cricket returned in familiar fashion on Wednesday as rain and bad light restricted the first Test between England and West Indies to 17.4 overs and the hosts closed a frustrating day on 35-1.
Players are not allowed to use saliva to polish the ball and umpires will not take jumpers and caps from bowlers.
England won the toss and opted to bat but soon lost Dom Sibley for nought after he left a Shannon Gabriel delivery which cut back to clip his off stump.
After further rain delays, England eventually settled to their task. Burns was not out 20 and Joe Denly on 14 when bad light brought them off in the 18th over – never to return.