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  • Bumrah hattrick leaves Windies reeling

    India pace bowler Jasprit Bumrah completed a hattrick against West Indies on the second day of the second test in Jamaica on Saturday as the home team's all-too-familiar batting woes continued with another collapse.

  • Pollard, Narine recalled for T20Is against India

    Kieron Pollard and Sunil Narine made a comeback into the West Indies side as selectors named a 14-member squad for the first two T20Is against India on Monday.

  • Carlos Brathwaite

    'Bittersweet' Brathwaite offers reminder of his explosive talent

    West Indies all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite offered a reminder of his astonishing firepower with a knock of 101 off 82 balls that almost delivered one of the greatest World Cup comebacks.

  • Bangladesh vs West Indies Match

    Tigers throw it away yet again

    An authoritative hundred from young Shimron Hetmyer and an overall drop of the guard from the Bangladesh players allowed the West Indies to post a challenging total of 270 in the second one-day international at the Providence Stadium in Guayana on Wednesday.

  • Windies beat Bangladesh by 166 runs in second Test

    Windies beat Bangladesh by 166 runs in second Test in Jamaica to complete a 2-0 whitewash of the series

  • Brathwaite, Hetmyer propel WI to 295/4

    A resolute Kraigg Brathwaite and a free-scoring Shimron Hetmyer helped Windies turn the tide and eventually bag the opening day honours in the second Test against Bangladesh in Jamaica.

  • Chris Gayle

    Holder delighted Gayle playing in World Cup qualifiers

    West Indies captain Jason Holder praises star batsmen Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels for making themselves available for the upcoming 2019 World Cup qualifying tournament in Zimbabwe.

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    West Indies to face World XI in Lord's charity Twenty20 match

    The West Indies are set to face a Rest of the World XI side in a lone Twenty20 match at Lord's to raise funds for Caribbean cricket grounds damaged by recent hurricanes.

  • Windies pin hopes on Gayle force for New Zealand ODIs

    The West Indies will hope short-form master Chris Gayle can inspire a misfiring batting line-up in the one-day international series against New Zealand.

  • Brathwaite helps WIndies consolidate lead

    Kraigg Brathwaite's unbeaten half-century solidify the West Indies' advantage over Zimbabwe on the third morning of the first Test at Queens Sports Club.

  • Chris Gayle

    Gayle denies exposing himself to masseuse

    Star West Indian cricketer Chris Gayle denies exposing his genitals to a massage therapist, claims an Australian media group is set out to "destroy" him in a defamation action.

  • Tigers' West Indies tour to be deferred?

    Bangladesh's scheduled tour of the West Indies next year is likely to be pushed back.

  • Windies stumble to low target to level Afghan series

    West Indies overcome a mini collapse on their way to a series-levelling four-wicket victory in a low-scoring second one-day international against Afghanistan.

  • Ind confirm WI ODI tour after Champions Trophy

    India will embark on a limited-overs tour of West Indies next month, soon after the Champions Trophy, their cricket boards have announced.

  • Anti-doping authority drops appeal on length of Russell ban

    Jamaica's anti-doping authority has withdrawn its appeal over the one-year ban received by West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell for breaches of the whereabouts rule, according to court documents seen by Reuters.

  • Abbas bags four as West Indies make 312

    Pakistan’s opening pair were laying the foundations of a solid reply at 36 without loss at lunch after their bowlers had dismissed the West Indies for 312 in the first innings on the second day of the second Test at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Monday.

  • Chase ton leads Windies rally

    A polished century by Roston Chase guides West Indies out of trouble and into a decent position on 286 for six against Pakistan on the first day of the second test in Barbados on Sunday.

  • Jerome Taylor comes out of retirement

    Less than a year since retiring from Test cricket, Jerome Taylor made himself available for selection in the five-day format, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) announced on Wednesday (April 12).

  • Viv Richards

    Viv Richards blames 'arrogant' WI board for decline

    Batting great Viv Richards has slammed "arrogant" Caribbean administrators for thinking they are as important as players and has laid the blame for the decline of West Indies cricket firmly at their door.

  • Hales, Root tons take Eng to record ODI win over WI

    England's Alex Hales and Joe Root struck centuries as the tourists cruised to a series sweep with a massive 186-run victory over West Indies in the third and final one-day international at the Kensington Oval on Thursday.

  • Root hits unbeaten 90 as Eng clinch series

    Joe Root struck an unbeaten 90 as he and Chris Woakes steered England to a four-wicket victory over West Indies in their second one-day international on Sunday.

  • Brathwaite, Stokes face off again

    Carlos Brathwaite and Ben Stokes face off on Friday for the first time since the giant West Indian clubbed four successive sixes off the fiery Englishman to help win last year's World Twenty20.

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    WI fighting for WC place

    West Indies face England in a three-match one-day series starting Friday under pressure to reverse a run of poor form that could see them facing the indignity of having to qualify for the next World Cup in 2019.

  • Marlon Samuels allowed to resume bowling

    West Indies' Marlon Samuels has been cleared to bowl again after serving a 12-month ban for an illegal bowling action, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has said.

  • Adams appointed new West Indies director

    West Indies turned to former batsman Jimmy Adams to help rebuild the side as he was named their new director of cricket on Tuesday after signing a three-year deal.

  • Green light for Russell's black bat

    West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell was given the all-clear to use his black bat in Australia's Twenty20 Big Bash League on Tuesday after it was initially banned for leaving marks on the ball.

  • Russel's black bat banned

    Cricket officials Wednesday banned a black bat used by West Indian Andre Russell in Australia's T20 Big Bash League because its colour marks the ball.

  • Brathwaite T20 heroics light up year of batsmen

    The prolific Virat Kohli, Joe Root, Steve Smith and Kane Williamson all enhanced their burgeoning reputations in 2016 but, aided by the screams of commentator Ian Bishop to "remember the name", the year will forever belong to Carlos Brathwaite.

  • Walsh living the coaching dream in BD

    West Indies' leading Test wicket taker Courtney Walsh says that while the opportunity to coach didn't present itself at home, he is living his dream of a first international coaching sojourn with Bangladesh.

  • Aus have lost 'fear factor', says Lara

    Australia's cricketers have lost their "fear factor" and could be heading towards a West Indies-style decline, batting great Brian Lara warns.