Following the second One-Day International between England and the West Indies at the Kia Oval, fans of both sides talk about Chris Gayle.
They discuss what makes him special - is it his timing, power or attitude?
West Indies fans look back on the second One-Day International at The Kia Oval, where their side was comprehensively beaten - by eight wickets - by England.
They talk about Chris Gayle and assess where their side is going wrong, suggesting changes as well.
England have announced that they will rest Stuart Broad, Tim Bresnan and Graeme Swann from the third One-Day International against West Indies on Friday.
With England leading the series 2-0, they have been replaced with Stuart Meaker, Chris Woakes and James Tredwell respectively.
England wrapped up their three-match series with a game to spare by trouncing West Indies by eight wickets at The Oval.
The visitors were always going to struggle to defend their total of 238 for nine, and so it proved as Alastair Cook and Ian Bell put on 122 for the first wicket.
West Indies batsman Darren Bravo has failed to recover from a groin injury and is set to miss the final two One-Day Internationals against England.
He suffered the injury during the opening game in Southampton and will now return home ahead of his team-mates, who play at the Kia Oval and Headingley Carnegie.
England have added Warwickshire all-rounder Chris Woakes to their squad for the final two One-Day Internationals against the West Indies.
Woakes has been brought into the squad following the death of Surrey batsman Tom Maynard earlier today, the England selectors anticipating that Surrey fast bowler Jade Dernbach may be unavailable for the last two games on compassionate grounds.
Ian Bell stroked a classy century and Tim Bresnan took four wickets as England comfortably won the first One-Day International against the West Indies by 114 runs.
Bell's 126 helped England post 286 for eight and they maintained an excellent record at the ground by dismissing the West Indies, who had been set a Duckworth/Lewis revised target of 287 in 47 overs, for 172.
The West Indies warmed up for their One-Day International series against England with a thumping 228-run win over Middlesex at Lord's.
The home of cricket has probably rarely witnessed such a one-sided game as the West Indies piled up 335 for four before dismissing a weakened Middlesex team for 107.
Warwickshire batsman Ian Bell has been recalled to replace Kevin Pietersen at the top of the order in England's One-Day International squad to play the West Indies.
Pietersen's retirement left a spot open and Bell, who batted fluently alongside Pietersen during the drawn Test at Edgbaston, has been drafted in for the three-game series.
The awful Birmingham weather returned to rule out any play on the final day of the third and final Test between England and the West Indies at Edgbaston.
The drawn match meant England took a 2-0 series win following victories by five and nine wickets at Lord's and Trent Bridge.
Uncapped Surrey wicket-keeper Steven Davies has been added to England's Test squad as cover for Matthew Prior ahead of the third and final match against the West Indies.
He joins up with the squad at Edgbaston as Prior has an eye infection and is a doubt for the match, which England go into 2-0 up.
Chris Gayle is set to return to international cricket after a 14-month absence after he was named in the West Indies' One-Day International squad ahead of the England series.
Gayle last featured for the West Indies in the 2011 World Cup, since when he was involved in disputes with the board over contractual issues and statements made in public.
Rain in the East Midlands prevented any play on the final day of a two-day tour game between Leicestershire and the West Indies.
With the tourists having closed the opening day on 150 for three, the game was drawn.
England have made one change to their squad ahead of the third Test against the West Indies at Edgbaston, leaving out fast bowler James Anderson.
Anderson has a minor thigh muscle injury leaving Steven Finn and Graham Onions to battle for his place in the side as England chase a third straight win.
Uncapped West Indian off-spinner Sunil Narine has been called up to replace injured quick bowler Kemar Roach ahead of the third Test against England at Edgbaston.
Narine joins up with the squad after taking 24 wickets in the Indian Premier League, where he helped Kolkata Knight Riders clinch their maiden title.
West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach has been ruled out of the remainder of the tour of the United Kingdom with shin problems.
He is heading back to Barbados for a spell of rest and recuperation while the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) have yet to name his replacement.
A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news as we look back at the second Test at Trent Bridge - which saw England beat West Indies by nine wickets to move into a 2-0 series lead with one match to play.
Tim Bresnan turned in a man-of-the-match performance, taking eight wickets on a good pitch in hot conditions, as England made it seven home series wins in a row and Bresnan himself has now won each of the 12 Tests he has played in.
England moved into an unassailable 2-0 series lead over the West Indies by confidently wrapping up a nine-wicket win on day four of the second Test at Trent Bridge.
Marlon Samuels was the tourists' lone beacon of resistance and after they were bowled out for 165 in their second innings, England were largely untroubled as they closed on111 for one.
Fans look back on the opening Test between England and the West Indies at Lord's. They pay tribute to England's performance, lauding Andrew Strauss, Suart Broad, Alastair Cook and Ian Bell in particular.
They also look ahead to the second Test at Trent Bridge and pay tribute to an improving West Indies side.
West Indies fast bowler Shannon Gabriel is to return home after suffering a back injury in the course of the first Test against England at Lord's.
Making his debut, he took four wickets, including that of Kevin Pietersen on the final day, before England took a five-wicket victory.