newscricket17 hours ago

Jason Holder, Shai Hope, and Andre Russell among top West Indies award winners

Jason Holder, the skipper of the Windies' Test and ODI sides, bagged the best Test player of the Year award and West Indies’ Player of the Year at the 7th CWI/WIPA Awards 2019. Meanwhile, Shai Hope and Andre Russell were named the ODI player and the Caribbean T20 Player of the year, respectively.
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featurecricket7 days ago

WI vs IND | West Indies' Predicted XI for the third ODI at Port of Spain

After defeat by a considerable margin in a rain-curtailed second ODI, West Indies will be looking to save some face when they take on India in the final white ball game of the tour on Wednesday. The Carribean team is yet to win a match in the ongoing tour but can level the ODI series with a victory.
Gantavya Adukia
featurecricket10 days ago

WI vs IND | West Indies' predicted XI for second ODI against India in Port of Spain

After rain played spoilsport in the first ODI that had to be washed out with just 13 overs bowled, the team is most likely to play with an unchanged lineup in today’s encounter. The clean sweep in the T20I series will be on the back of the players’ minds as the eleven will be looking for redemption.
Gantavya Adukia
featurecricket13 days ago

WI vs IND | Windies' Predicted XI for the first ODI in Guyana

Post a disastrous World Cup campaign and a 3-0 whitewash in the T20Is at the hands of India, the Windies are back to square one again, after a mini-run which threatened to promise so much. With Chris Gayle back in the team, they would need to hit the reset button, and start afresh once again.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket19 days ago

India vs West Indies | Ian Bishop believes Virat Kohli-led Indian team is a threat for Windies

Former West Indies bowler and commentator Ian Bishop feels India’s overseas performance in Test Cricket has evolved ever since Virat Kohli took up the leadership role. Due to this form, the West Indies veteran believes India will have an edge over the Windies in the upcoming Test series.
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newscricket2 months ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Whole world will miss Chris Gayle when he retires, claims Shai Hope

Shai Hope has stated that the day Chris Gayle bids adieu to the game will be a sad one for the cricketing fraternity, with the opener set to retire soon. Hope went on to discuss his country’s dismal World Cup campaign and said that they have to learn their lessons and move on from the experience.
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newscricket2 months ago

8 Things you missed | From Chris Gayle’s pushups to Fabian Allen’s absolute blinder

Hello folks! Your saviour is here! Why saviour you ask? Well buddy, you missed a lot of things that happened during the match between West Indies and Afghanistan. You don't believe me? Here take a look at the eight things you missed in today's match. Thank me later for collecting these moments.
Srijith Gopal
newscricket2 months ago

9 Things you missed | From Jason Holder cutting his nails on the sidelines to Rihanna crying over Brathwaite's dismissal

Windies - so close, yet so far. You must have been very busy watching all the mainstream things that happened today. But meanwhile, we were keeping an eye on incidents that most of you might have missed. So here are the 9 incidents from today's match that you might have totally missed.
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featurecricket2 months ago

IND vs WI | Takeaways - Jason Holder’s amazing spell of lethality and MS Dhoni’s “weird” innings

On the back of yet another stunning display by the bowling unit, India got the better of West Indies by 125 runs and closed themselves to a semifinal spot. While Jason Holder bowled a spell of grit and class, MS Dhoni’s innings was not a classic Dhoni by any means and left a lot to be desired for.
Bastab K Parida
newscricket2 months ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | I’m definitely one of my country’s greatest ever, claims Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle believes he is one of the best ever to have represented his country and his international career could not have been any better than it has been as he reminisced about his glorious career. He then went on to discuss the huge potential of the country’s future cricketing superstars
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