The fight for this week’s Cricket World Player of the Week award is a three-way one between the week’s three century-makers. Upul Tharanga and Mahela Jayawardene both hit centuries against India at Sabina Park on Tuesday
Hosts West Indies have named their squad for the second half of the ongoing Tri-Nation series against Indian and Sri Lanka. Ravi Rampaul misses out after picking up an ankle injury during the win over Sri Lanka and is replaced by Barbados all-rounder Jason Holder as the only change in the 13-man squad.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni will play no further part in the One-Day International tri-series in the West Indies after suffering a hamstring injury in his side's opening match. He was unable to take the field after picking up the injury while batting and India went on to lose a thrilling match by one wicket as West Indies took their second win in as many matches.
West Indies made it two wins out of two in the One-Day International tri-series they are hosting after inching to a one-wicket victory over India in Jamaica.
Set 230 to win, they lost three early wickets before half-centuries from Johnson Charles and Darren Bravo revived their innings, only for India to fight back only to be denied by last-wicket pair Kemar Roach and Tino Best.
West Indies have dropped batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan and left out Jason Holder from their squad to take on India and Sri Lanka in the first set of matches in the Celkon Mobile One-Day International tri-series.
Holder and Sarwan's absences are the only changes from the 15-man squad that challenged for the Champions Trophy with the selectors trimming the squad to 13 players.