Dwayne Bravo held his nerve to clinch a final ball thriller as West Indies beat India by one-run after setting a mammoth target of 246 runs which was achieved on the back of Evin Lewis’ maiden Twenty20 International hundred in the first game in Lauderhill.
The Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board and the Queen's Park Cricket Club have launched a joint investigation into the events which led to the fourth Test between West Indies and India to end in a draw due to soggy outfield conditions.
Chetan Narula just about manages to keep himself dry as he sends back his final round-up from the Caribbean where he reviews what little action there was in the fourth and final West Indies-India Test.
India's chances of retaining their number one ranking in the longer format are quickly fading away after the third day of the fourth Test against West Indies in Trinidad was also washed out due to a wet outfield and eventually rain.
Incessant rain washed out the second and third sessions of the first day's play in the fourth Test between India and West Indies in Trinidad with the hosts scoring 62 for two in the 22 overs that were possible.
A collective effort from Indian bowlers dismissed West Indies for 108 runs in the fourth innings to ensure a massive 237-run victory in the third Test at Darren Sammy National Stadium which gives them an unassailable lead of 2-0 in the series.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar steamrolled the West Indian batting line-up with a five-wicket haul after which India managed to extend the lead to 285 runs with seven wickets in hand at stumps on day four of the third Test at Darren Sammy National Stadium.
West Indies fast bowler Miguel Cummins is confident that if the team sticks to their plans in the ongoing third Test against India, they can level the series with a victory at Darren Sammy National Stadium.