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Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli chase down 323 with ridiculous ease
Shimron Hetmyer scored a brilliant 106, but too many batsmen threw away their wickets, leaving West Indies about 40 runs short of a testing total on a flat pitch

'Father figure' Holder wants WI to target 300-plus scores
A squad that contains nine players who have played fewer than 20 ODI matches is on the path to find consistency before the World Cup

Evin Lewis pulls out of limited-overs leg of India tour
The opener has withdrawn citing personal reasons, and has been replaced by Kieran Powell and Nicholas Pooran in the ODI and T20I squads respectively

West Indies coach Stuart Law suspended for first two ODIs against India
He was fined 100% of his match fee and earned three demerit points for a breach of the ICC's code of conduct during the second Test against India in Hyderabad

Umesh Yadav leads another rout of West Indies in India
Another West Indies Test in India, another three-day finish, giving India their 10th straight home series win

Pant, Rahane shore India up from precarious position
For the first time in the series, West Indies managed to put India under pressure, but Ajinkya Rahane and Prithvi Shaw bailed them out of a spot of bother, not without the help of lacklustre fielding

Fourth India-West Indies ODI moved from Wankhede to Brabourne
Vinod Rai says the MCA was keen to host the match, but administrative issues forced the move

Chase, Holder resist to give West Indies respectability
For the first time in two tours of India, West Indies finally made India take the second new ball

Virat Kohli criticises quality of SG ball, and prefers the Dukes for Test cricket
The India captain said the SG ball was getting scuffed up and going soft too early

Can Holder and Roach's return lift flat West Indies?
West Indies have an enormous task ahead against Test cricket's No. 1 team, but they also have examples of resilience from their recent past to draw from

Hard to build something if team dynamics keep changing - Holder
With the resignation of Stuart Law, West Indies are set to lose their third coach in four years

West Indies pick uncapped Sheneta Grimmond for World T20 defence
Eleven of the 15 members named were a part of the title-winning squad from 2016

'Gayle's probably tapering off a bit' - Holder
But the West Indies captain was confident that Gayle would be part of the team's World Cup plans next year

Gayle says no, but Darren Bravo and Pollard back in West Indies T20I squad
Fabian Allen and Oshane Thomas feature among a handful of new faces selected for limited-overs series in India

Dwayne Bravo unlikely for India ODIs
The team is yet to be announced but board has moved ahead with visa paperwork for its longlist of players

Gayle signs off from Jamaica List-A career with century
The 39-year-old hopes to play one four-day fixture before retiring from all formats for Jamaica

Lee, Tryon help South Africa women square T20I series
South Africa women win two games on the bounce to gain momentum going into the Women's World T20 in November

Kraigg Brathwaite wants West Indies batsmen to trust their defence
R Ashwin said he was "surprised" by the visitors' high-risk shots against the spinners

Kohli wants more water breaks in extreme heat
The umpires cracked down on unscheduled drinks breaks in Rajkot, where temperatures touched 40 degrees celsius

West Indies succumb to heaviest defeat against India
West Indies lost 14 wickets on the third day in Rajkot to lose by an innings and 272 runs

Bowlers didn't build enough pressure, says West Indies bowling coach Corey Collymore
He said they let the game slip away on the first day, allowing India "a fantastic start"

Wolvaardt, Lee keep South Africa women alive in series
The openers hit half-centuries to guide the team to an eight-wicket win after the bowlers had kept West Indies women to 135 for 3 in fourth T20I

Ravindra Jadeja's all-round entertainment highlights India's dominance
Kohli brought up yet another hundred, Pant dominated a beaten and bruised attack, and Jadeja walloped a maiden Test ton before West Indies' top order crumbled in the heat of Rajkot

Jason Holder injured ankle in West Indies' pre-season camp - Nic Pothas
West Indies' captain pulled out on the morning of the first Test, leaving Shannon Gabriel to lead a highly inexperienced pace attack

Prithvi Shaw's punchy debut hundred headlines India's dominance
Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli backed him up with fifties against a depleted West Indies attack that struggled for consistency

Young West Indians 'eager to play Test cricket' - Jason Holder
The West Indies captain believes the longest format will endure 'for a very very long time'

West Indies' batting in the spotlight as Prithvi Shaw debuts
Brathwaite, Hope and Chase form a settled core and Hetmyer and Ambris are full of promise. How far can they stretch India's bowling attack?

Kemar Roach out of Rajkot Test but coach Stuart Law talks up new faces
The fast bowler had left the squad following the death of his grandmother and will only make it back midway through the opening game

Kemar Roach gets all-format West Indies contract
Jason Holder, Shai Hope, Alzarri Joseph hold on to top-rung contracts as board announces list of contracted players for 2018-19

Third women's T20I abandoned in Trinidad
South Africa will need to win both remaining T20Is to draw level, with West Indies up 2-0

Second India-West Indies ODI could be shifted away from Indore
This is the potential outcome of a tussle over complimentary-ticket allocation between the BCCI and the Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association (MPCA)

Sunil Ambris makes case for first Test against India with unbeaten 114
Kraigg Brathwaite and Shane Dowrich scored fifties, helping the visitors take the first-innings honours before the match ended in a draw

Bawne makes 116*, Agarwal 90 as West Indies toil hard on first day of India tour
West Indies used seven bowlers, of whom four went wicketless as Ankit Bawne smashed his third hundred in four innings after Mayank Agarwal's brisk 90

Anisa Mohammed stars with hat-trick to give West Indies 2-0 lead
The 30-year old offspinner took the ninth hat-trick in women's T20Is to restrict South Africa to 101 for 8

Bereaved Kemar Roach set to miss West Indies' warm-up match
The fast bowler is flying home to Barbados following the death of his grandmother and will rejoin the team in India after her funeral

Natasha McLean, Stafanie Taylor help West Indies women go 1-0 up
South Africa fell to a 17-run defeat on a mixed day for their four T20I debutants

Stuart Law resigns as West Indies coach
The 49-year old's tenure will end following the tours to India in October and Bangladesh in November, after which he will move to England to take charge at Middlesex

Matthews smashes 117 to help WI women level ODI series
West Indies moved to fourth on the ICC Women's Championship points table, while South Africa remained second to last in the eight-team contest

South Africa, West Indies split points after rained out second ODI
Play was abandoned after Dane van Niekerk had taken her team to 177 for 8 in a rain-hit game

Sherman Lewis replaces Alzarri Joseph for India Tests
The decision to replace Joseph, who suffered a stress fracture in the back late last year, was made after two fitness assessments

Marizanne Kapp bowls South Africa to 40-run win over West Indies
The seamer became the third South Africa women's bowler to claim 100 wickets in ODIs. She finished with figures of 9-2-14-3 as West Indies were bowled out for 161 while chasing 202

Bravo brothers, Pollard, Simmons edge closer to West Indies returns
All four players have made themselves available for Trinidad and Tobago Red Force in the domestic 50-overs competition in October this year

All-round Powell stars in record chase for Tallawahs
The allrounder took 2 for 21, was brilliant in the field, and then hit an unbeaten 55 off 34 to steer his team home against Guyana Amazon Warriors

Mix of old and new in West Indies women's squads for South Africa series
Several players were recalled for the three-ODI series and two uncapped spinners were picked for the five T20Is against South Africa

England to play a Test in St Lucia for first time
The full tour includes three Tests, five ODIs and three T20s and runs from January to March

Guptill fifty in vain as Oshane Thomas leads Tallawahs past Tridents
Although the New Zealand opener returned to form, his team couldn't mount a good enough total thanks to Thomas and his fiery yorkers

Jomel Warrican back in West Indies Test squad
Alzarri Joseph and Sunil Ambris also on the comeback trail, following injuries, for the two-Test series against India in October

West Indies' Ronsford Beaton cleared to bowl again
The 25-year old fast bowler had been reported for a suspect action in December 2017

Chief selector lists out selection criteria ahead of busy West Indies schedule
Courtney Browne believes they have the "right approach" to select players and is confident the performance of the team will improve steadily

West Indies to play India in Florida in 2019
The matches are part of a five-year plan by Cricket West Indies to have cricket in North America every year to develop the game further

Russell unhappy with pro-Guyana crowd at Tallawahs' home game
Jamaica Tallawahs captain Andre Russell expressed his displeasure with the lack of support for his side in what was supposed to be a home game

Nottinghamshire sign Kraigg Brathwaite for Championship run-in
Brathwaite will be part of a team that is looking to put pressure on Surrey at the top of the Division One table

Russell's hat-trick and 40-ball hundred stuns Trinbago Knight Riders
After being dropped first ball, the allrounder smashed the fastest CPL hundred to help Jamaica chase down 224 from 41 for 5

Liton's blitz and Mustafizur's three-for seal Bangladesh's series win
A complete turnaround - of fortune, form and result - was completed when Bangladesh beat West Indies by 19 runs to clinch the T20I series

Spinners help Bangladesh clinch last-over thriller
Shakib and Nazmul finish with 5 for 47 off eight overs as Bangladesh break five-match T20 losing streak to level series

Bangladesh need top-order lift to challenge West Indies
Can Lauderhill's strong expatriate numbers inspire a turnaround for the visiting team?

Russell power hauls West Indies home in shortened chase
Allrounder strikes brutal 21-ball 35 from No. 3 as West Indies chase down revised 91 target in a 11-over chase with 11 balls to spare

Confident Bangladesh eye encore in T20Is
After being pummelled in the Tests, Bangladesh turned things around by winning the ODIs, and would hope to carry the same form into the T20Is

Gayle rested, Walton recalled for Bangladesh T20Is
Chadwick Walton and Sheldon Cottrell have been recalled after missing out on the Hurricane Relief charity T20I match against the World XI at Lord's in May

Mohammad Irfan joins Barbados Tridents squad as Junaid Khan's replacement
The left-arm fast bowler is a like-for-like replacement for Junaid Khan

Mustafizur Rahman picked for West Indies T20Is
The left-arm fast bowler, who was suffering from a toe injury, has featured in each of the three ODIs on tour

Tamim, Mahmudullah set up series win for Bangladesh
Chris Gayle and Rovman Powell went berserk at the start and end of West Indies' chase respectively, but the visitors held on for a 2-1 margin

Russell injury hits West Indies ahead of series decider
While the momentum is with the hosts, concerns remain, which could possibly deny them their first bilateral ODI series win in four years

Hetmyer, spinners fire West Indies to series-levelling win
With seven to defend, Jason Holder bowled a spectacular final over, conceding just four off it to keep his team alive in the three-match series

West Indies to make first full tour of Bangladesh in six years
Two Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is are scheduled in November and December, meaning the tour will take place alongside Bangladesh's general elections

Bangladesh look to seal series in favoured format
Bangladesh have finally managed to challenge the hosts on this tour, and that has set up an interesting contest in Guyana - conditions that should remind the visitors of home

CWI opens doors for Narine, Pollard and Bravo comebacks into national side
The players have been asked to play in the Super50, perform and push for a recall, following meetings between the board and the players' agent in Trinidad

Tamim, Mashrafe break Bangladesh's Caribbean duck
The visitors put behind the horror Test series to begin the limited-overs leg with a resounding win

Bangladesh boosted by Mashrafe's presence against imperious West Indies
Andre Russell also returns for West Indies, and is expected to make his first ODI appearance since 2015

Jerome Taylor joins Somerset for Vitality Blast
Taylor is expected to be available for nine games, as well as the knockout stage if Somerset qualify

Colin Graves offers support for Collis King in UK immigration fight
Former West Indies star forced to return to Barbados while applying for a visa to live in the UK alongside his British wife

Russell returns to West Indies ODI squad for first time since 2015
Andre Russell, Alzarri Joseph and Kieran Powell have been recalled to the West Indies side for their three-match ODI series against Bangladesh beginning July 22

'I want to be seen as a genuine allrounder' - Jason Holder
West Indies' captain feels he is now coming into his own as an international cricketer, after impressive performances with bat and ball against Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

Holder's six-for seals 2-0 sweep
Jason Holder completed Bangladesh's devastation with career-best match figures of 11 for 103, as West Indies cantered to their first series win at home since 2014

Holder takes five as hapless Bangladesh crumble again
Jason Holder's second five-wicket haul in three Tests consigned Bangladesh to another embarrassing meltdown

Rishabh Pant stars as India A pull off superb comeback to beat West Indies A
India overcome 110-run deficit to chase down 321 in the fourth innings courtesy half-centuries from Rishabh Pant, Karun Nair and Hanuma Vihari

Brathwaite, Hetmyer put West Indies in command
Riding on Kraigg Brathwaite's second successive century, West Indies went to stumps at 295 for 4, having accumulated runs at 4.85 per over in the post-tea session

Bangladesh look to regroup after Antigua disaster
A win for West Indies will give them their first Test series win at home since 2014

Roach rested, Joseph called up for second Test
Returning from a long lay-off, fast bowler Alzarri Joseph has been picked in a 13-man West Indies squad for the second Test against Bangladesh, which starts on Thursday

Shaw 188, Samarth 137 chart India A revival
West Indies' eighth-wicket paid hold off India A after they turn a 250-run deficit into a 359-run lead on tense final day

Roach and Gabriel set the tone - Holder
The West Indies captain expects Bangladesh to bounce back in the second Test after the innings and 219 runs defeat in the first

Gabriel packs off Bangladesh inside three days
Nurul Hasan top scores for visitors with entertaining 64; Bangladesh eventually lose 20 wickets in just 59 overs

Bangladesh collapse again after Brathwaite's ton
The visitors slid to 50 for 6 after the West Indies opener's 121 secured a 363-run first-innings lead on a 14-wicket day

'It came very rapid' - Roach on taking five wickets in 12 balls
The West Indies fast bowler enjoyed great success by manipulating the angles to make sure the Bangladesh batsmen had to play (and nick) at everything

Bangladesh crash to their lowest total after Roach's five
The quick took 5 for 8 to raze Bangladesh for 43 and set West Indies up for a 158-run lead at stumps on day one

Trial by pace for shaky travellers Bangladesh
West Indies' quicks will pose a stiff challenge for the visitors, who will be looking to leave a difficult 12 months behind

Hetmyer returns for Bangladesh Tests
A series win will see the ninth-ranked West Indies swap places with the eighth-ranked Bangladesh

ICC to limit players to three T20 leagues a year?
The ICC's Full Members are on the verge of clamping down on player participation in domestic T20 leagues, and may well also stop sanctioning such leagues in Associate countries

Hanuma Vihari and Prithvi Shaw hundreds flatten West Indies A
India A proved far too powerful as they warmed up for next week's final against England Lions with a dominant display

Topley and Dawson in trim for Hampshire's Lord's final
Four wickets apiece for Reece Topley and Liam Dawson set up an easy Lions victory and left both in good heart for Saturday's Royal London Cup final

Joseph returns from back injury in 12-man squad to face Bangladesh
He has been out since sustaining a back injury late last year and has been named to face Bangladesh in a practice match in Antigua

Kusal, Dilruwan steer Sri Lanka in nervous chase to level series
West Indies fancied their chances when Kusal Mendis fell in the first over of the day but an injured Kusal Perera and a stoic Dilruwan Perera ensured they didn't have any further trouble

Holder four-for leaves Test evenly poised on 20-wicket day
The day started off with Sri Lanka five wickets down in the second innings. It ended with Sri Lanka five wickets down in the fourth

Kusal Perera 'cleared of any serious injury'
Sri Lanka batsman crashed into the advertising hoardings while attempting a catch on the boundary

Deepak Chahar, Mayank Agarwal help India A cruise to first win
A five-wicket haul for Deepak Chahar limited West Indies A to a total of 221 before Mayank Agarwal's century underpinned the chase

Gabriel, Roach give West Indies honours on rain-hit day
Sri Lanka failed to build on Lahiru Kumara's four-for on a truncated second day in which only 59 overs were possible

Dowrich half-century rescues West Indies on rain-hit day
Dowrich and Holder's unbroken 79-run stand repairs West Indies after fast bowlers scythe through top order on a lively Kensington Oval deck

Sam Hain's 145* sets up another dominant Lions win
Sam Hain hit a career-best unbeaten 145, then Chris Jordan and Liam Dawson combined to wreck the West Indies A reply, as England Lions romped to a second impressive victory

Holder wants his bowlers to be 'lot more consistent'
The West Indies captain also asked his batsmen to convert starts into bigger scores, something they have lacked in the last couple of series

Sri Lanka look to refocus on cricket in pink-ball Test; Lakmal named captain
They are 1-0 down and will be led by Suranga Lakmal in Dinesh Chandimal's absence. West Indies, meanwhile, have won their two most recent Tests at the Kensington Oval

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