Jason Holder (left) congratulated by England coach Peter Moores (right) after the first Test in Antigua.
James Anderson Proud Of New Landmark
Denesh Ramdin (left) and Jason Holder (right) put on a 105-run stand as West Indies drew the first Test against England in Antigua.
Dwayne Smith (right) scored a demolishing 30-ball 62 as Chennai Super Kings defeated Mumbai Indians by six wickets at Wankhede stadium.
Joe Root could be England's star performer in the West Indies - here he is celebrating a wicket in Antigua
Gary Ballance (right) celebrates his century during the first Test against West Indies in Antigua.
Ajinkya Rahane scored a brilliant half-century as Rajasthan Royals defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by six wickets at Visakhapatnam.
Mark Cosgrove talks to us at Edgbaston
Jermaine Blackwood scored his maiden Test century helping a West Indian fightback against England on day three of the first Test in Antigua.
Mayank Agarwal (right) scored a sublime 48-ball 68 as Delhi Daredevils defeated Kings XI Punjab by five wickets at Pune.
Kemar Roach celebrates the wicket of Jos Buttler during day two of the first Test in Antigua.
Ian Bell continued his sublime form as he notched up a fluent 143 to take England to 341 for five on day one of the Antigua Test.
England begin their Test series against West Indies this week
Phil Simmons in action during the net session at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium.
James Anderson during the nets at the Vivian Richards Stadium.
Cricket World's Alastair Symondson (left) recently got to try out the new Trueman by Bola machine
Ravi Bopara says England have been left behind by the advent of leagues such as the IPL
England are looking to beat West Indies in the Caribbean for the first time in a Test series since 2004
Marsa Magpies celebrate their win in the MCA Winter Wallop
Brendon McCullum (reacts) after getting dismissed by Mitchell Starc (right) during the World Cup final at MCG.
Michael Clarke (centre) being carried by David Warner (left) and Aaron Finch (right) after Australia's World Cup win over New Zealand in the finals.
Mitchell Starc (left) celebrates the dismissal of Brendon McCullum with his teammates in the World Cup final in Melbourne.
Michael Clarke reacts after getting dismissed in the World Cup final against New Zealand in Melbourne.
Brendon McCullum Proud Of New Zealand's World Cup Campaign
Australia's captain Michael Clarke (centre) holds the Cricket World Cup trophy as he celebrates with team mates after they defeated New Zealand in the final at the MCG.
Australia were phenomenal and Farokh Engineer couldn't find fault with their performance
Australia and New Zealand take each other on in the final, but Farokh can't pick a winner
Australia celebrate their 95-run win over India in the World Cup semi-final in Sydney.
All smiles for Australia, who were the by far better side on the day, according to Farokh Engineer
Indian captain MS Dhoni (left) reacts after getting run-out by Glenn Maxwell in the World Cup semi-final in Sydney.