West Indies

Kieron Pollard Takes Indefinite Break From First-Class Cricket

West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard has taken an indefinite break from first-class cricket citing that the stress of playing four-day cricket was taking a toll on his body.
11 March 2015

Follow Through - A Rousing Finish To Group Stage

England are out of the 2015 One-Day International World Cup. Bangladesh delivered the knock-out blow, after they lost to Australia, New Zealand and Sri Lanka.
10 March 2015

Farokh Engineer: India On A Roll Now

After yesterday's win over West Indies, India are really on a roll and they are not just going to the quarter-finals - there is a strong case of getting to the semi-finals as well now, says Farokh Engineer.
7 March 2015

Holder Slams Reckless Approach From Batsmen

West Indies captain Jason Holder came down hard on his team’s batsmen after their four-wicket loss to India during their World Cup encounter on Friday in Perth.
6 March 2015

India Stretched But Not Defeated By Jaded West Indies

Lacklustre batting and bizarre bowling tactics by West Indies towards the end followed by a characteristic MS Dhoni chase at the WACA allowed India to extend their World Cup winning streak to eight, in a reasonably tight match.
6 March 2015

Chris Gayle Hints At Test Retirement

West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has hinted at quitting Test cricket in the near future, citing his chronic back injury as the reason.
5 March 2015

We Have To Be At Our Best Against India - Darren Sammy

West Indies all-rounder, Darren Sammy believes his team needs to put their best foot forward when they take on the defending champions India on Friday in Perth.
3 March 2015

Clive Lloyd Backs West Indies To Fight Back Against India

West Indies batting great Clive Lloyd expressed confidence on his team’s ability to bounce back ahead of their league match against India on Friday in Perth.
2 March 2015

Week In Review - Pools Begin To Take Shape

The second week of action in the 2015 One-Day International World Cup saw a continuation of the thrilling action from the first seven days.
2 March 2015

Charles Replaces Darren Bravo In West Indies' World Cup Squad

The International Cricket Council's (ICC) Event Technical Committee on Saturday approved West Indies top-order batsman Johnson Charles as a replacement for injured Darren Bravo in the World Cup squad
28 February 2015

Darren Bravo Ruled Out Of World Cup With Hamstring Injury

West Indies batsman Darren Bravo has been ruled out of the remainder of the 2015 World Cup following the hamstring injury that he sustained during the match against Pakistan at Christchurch.
28 February 2015

Holder Hails AB de Villiers, Confident Of Comeback

West Indies captain Jason Holder lavished praise on AB de Villiers but insisted that his team weren't on the backfoot despite the heavy defeat to South Africa on Friday.
28 February 2015

AB De Villiers-Led South Africa Pack A Hard Punch On West Indies

It was records galore as AB de Villiers smashed the fastest 150 in One-Day International history as South Africa thumped West Indies by 257 runs in Sydney, the fifth biggest margin of victory in ODIs.
27 February 2015

Jason Holder Confident Ahead Of The South African Challenge

West Indies captain Jason Holder says he and his team are confident ahead of playing South Africa during their World Cup fixture on Friday in Sydney despite losing 4-1 to the Proteas recently.
26 February 2015

Gayle Storm Holds Back Zimbabwe Spirit

Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels rewrote the record books in Canberra against a Zimbabwe team that didn’t lose for the sixth consecutive time to West Indies at World Cups without a spirited fightback.
24 February 2015

Hot Spot - India, West Indies Resurgent, Gayle, McCullum Outstanding - Cricket World TV

Chetan Narula has moved on to Melbourne, where he joins John Pennington to review the latest World Cup action including the India-South Africa clash and Afghanistan taking on Bangladesh.
24 February 2015

Gayle Slams Double Hundred En Route To 9000 ODI Runs

Flamboyant opening batsman Chris Gayle became the fourth batsman in the history of One-Day Internationals to score a double century in his breathtaking return to form against Zimbabwe in the World Cup.
24 February 2015

Jason Holder Optimistic Ahead Of Zimbabwe Clash

West Indies skipper Jason Holder has backed his premier batsman, Chris Gayle, to fire against Zimbabwe in their World Cup encounter in Canberra on Tuesday.
23 February 2015

Andre Russell Echoes Positive Vibes In The West Indies Camp

After a convincing 150 run win against Pakistan in their Pool-B World Cup game on Saturday, man-of-the-match winner Andre Russell, echoed positive signs from the dressing room.
21 February 2015

Hamstring Injury Rules Out Darren Bravo For Two Games

West Indies batsman Darren Bravo, is set to miss two World Cup matches due to the hamstring injury that forced him to retire hurt during his side's comprehensive win over Pakistan.
21 February 2015

 
 
 
 

We can still win Ashes - Steven Finn

#SLvPak T20I series preview