West Indies

England Ahead In Spite Of A West Indian Comeback

Kemar Roach finished with four wickets and quite a few top order West Indian batsmen got starts without going big on a shared day of cricket in the first test at Antigua where England has its nose firmly ahead at stumps on day two.
14 April 2015

Kemar Roach Laments Heavy Workload

West Indies pacer Kemar Roach expressed his anguish at the workload dished out to him on the opening day of the first Test against England in Antigua on Monday.
14 April 2015

Warning Bells For West Indies On Day One

Ian Bell stroked a sublime century as England resisted an early West Indian charge to move to a sound position of 341 for five on day one of the first Test in Antigua.
13 April 2015

Phil Simmons Happy With Talent In West Indies

Former West Indies all-rounder Phil Simmons who recently took over as the coach of the national team expressed his happiness at the pool of talent available in the Caribbean.
12 April 2015

Devendra Bishoo Exudes Confidence On Comeback

Leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo who was recalled to the West Indies Test squad after a three-year hiatus seems a much confident man on his return.
11 April 2015

West Indies Announce Squad For First Test Against England

The West Indies Cricket Board announced a 14-member squad for the first Test against England which begins on Monday in Antigua.
11 April 2015

WICB Gives Glowing Tributes To Richie Benaud

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) in an official statement paid rich tributes to Australian legend Richie Benaud who passed away due to illness on Thursday night.
10 April 2015

Denesh Ramdin Ready For England Challenge

West Indies Test captain Denesh Ramdin exuded confidence ahead of his side’s three-match series against England that starts on Monday.
9 April 2015

Change In Dates For Australia-West Indies Tests

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) have made minute changes in the schedule for the Test series against Australia scheduled to begin in June.
8 April 2015

Kraigg Brathwaite Confident Of Success Against England

West Indies opening batsman Kraigg Brathwaite is confident of his team’s chances in the upcoming Test series against England at home.
7 April 2015

Caribbean Cruise In Store For England?

England must put a woeful winter of World Cup misery behind them and turn their focus to the upcoming Test series in The West Indies. Ollie Collins previews the three-Test series.
5 April 2015

Chris Gayle Likely To Miss Australia Tests

Explosive West Indies opening batsman Chris Gayle is likely to sit out of his side’s Test series against Australia in June due to fitness issues and Twenty20 commitments.
3 April 2015

Fidel Edwards Ends West Indies Career

West Indies fast bowler Fidel Edwards’ stint with the national side has come to an end following his signing with the English county team Hampshire as a Kolpak player for the 2015 season.
31 March 2015

Viv Richards Reflects On 1979 World Cup Final

West Indies legend Sir Viv Richards reflected on his memories of the 1979 World Cup final in his appearance on the rewind series on Lord’s channel.
28 March 2015

England Appoint Ottis Gibson As Interim Bowling Coach

England have appointed Ottis Gibson as their fast bowling coach for the away Test series against West Indies scheduled next month.
26 March 2015

Training Camp For West Indies Announced Ahead Of England Series

The West Indies Cricket Board have announced a 20-member West Indies squad who will undergo a training camp in Antigua ahead of the team's three-match Test series against England at home in April.
25 March 2015

Hot Spot - World Cup Quarter-Final Reviews

John Pennington and Chetan Narula review the quarter-finals of the Cricket World Cup 2015 in their latest Hot Spot video as Australia, India, New Zealand and South Africa made it through.
23 March 2015

Chris Gayle Quashes Retirement Rumours

West Indies opening batsman Chris Gayle dismissed speculation regarding his retirement from any format of the game after his side’s loss to New Zealand in the World Cup quarter-final in Wellington on Saturday.
21 March 2015

Follow Through - Guptill Double-Hundred Blows Away West Indies

New Zealand qualified for their third successive World Cup semi-final after beating West Indies by 143 runs in Wellington.
21 March 2015

Martin Guptill Powers New Zealand To World Cup Semi-Finals

Martin Guptill scored an unbeaten double-century and Trent Boult cleaned up the West Indian top order as New Zealand romped into the World Cup semi-final beating West Indies by 143 runs in Wellington.
21 March 2015