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Fifth and Final ODI, 3rd June,  Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad

Result: India won by 56 runs [Scorecard]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Ganguly wants Srinath back for England tour

New Delhi, June 5: Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly said on Wednesday he will attempt to persuade pace spearhead Javagal Srinath to reconsider his retirement plans and make the upcoming tour of England. [More]

India wrap up the one-day series beating West Indies by 56 runs

Port of Spain, June 3:
After the tribulations of the Test series, the Indian cricketers tasted success in the limited overs variety by winning the one-day series 2-1 here on Sunday. The decider at the Queens Park Oval was won by 56 runs. After the first two matches were washed out at Kingston, India won the third match at Bridgetown and West Indies squared it by claiming the next here. [More]

West Indies beat India by 7 wickets in the 3rd ODI

Port of Spain, June 3:
West Indies leveled the series 1-1, beating Indian by 7 wickets in the 3rd ODI. Rain disturbed the game and match was reduced to 25 overs only. West Indies stopped Indian batsman at just 123 runs. [more]

India thrash West Indies by seven wickets

Bridgetown, May 29: Dinesh Mongia slammed an attractive 74 to help India break the Kensington Oval jinx with a seven-wicket victory over the West Indies in the third one-day international here on Wednesday. [More]

Ganguly all praise for debutant Yohannan

Bridgetown, May 30: India skipper Sourav Ganguly on Wednesday lauded debutant fast bowler Tinu Yohannan for setting up a seven-wicket win over the West Indies in the third one-day international here. [More]

Laxman and Nehra dropped for 3rd ODI against West Indies

Bridgetown, May 28: India has dropped V V S Laxman and Ashish Nehra from the squad for the third one-day international against the West Indies to be played here on Wednesday. [More]

West Indies-India second one-dayer abandoned

Kingston, May 26: Heavy rain forced the second one-day international of a five-match series between India and West Indies to be abandoned without a ball being bowled on Sunday, a day after the first one was washed out. [More]

Laxman faces axe as India look to one-day players

Kingston, May 24: Vangipurappu Laxman is likely to be left out of India's first one-day international against West Indies on Saturday despite having top-scored in the Test series. [More]

Caribbean Glory: West Indies win series

Kingston, May 22: India's overseas woes continued as West Indies crushed them by 155 runs to win the fifth Test and the series 2-1 at Sabina Park on Wednesday. [More]

West Indies 165/7 at stumps on third day against India

Kingston, May 20: India effected a remarkable turnaround in their fortunes but were unable to give finish it off as West Indies tightened their grip on the series-deciding fifth and final Test here on Monday.  [More]

India struggling as West Indies apply pressure

Kingston (Jamaica), May 19: Sachin Tendulkar fell for 41 as India finished the second day of the deciding fifth Test on Sunday on 141 for four in reply to the West Indies first innings of 422. [More]

Five for my critics: Harbhajan 

Kingston, May 20: Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh said Sunday his five-wicket haul against the West Indies in the fifth and final Test here was for his critics who believed he could not succeed overseas. [More]

Pacemen hold the key to crucial fifth Test

Kingston, May 18: India and the West Indies are pinning their hopes on fast bowlers in the vital fifth and final cricket Test, starting at Sabina Park here on Saturday. [More]

Kumble confident of returning to action in two weeks

Bangalore, May 17: Discharged from the hospital a day after undergoing an operation for his broken lower jaw, leg spinner Anil Kumble exuded confidence of returning to action in about two weeks. [More]

Superstar flops get last chance to sparkle in crunch Test

Kingston, May 17: Brian Lara and Sachin Tendulkar both have a point to prove in the crucial fifth and final Test between India and the West Indies, which gets underway here on Saturday. [More]

Kumble undergoes surgery on broken jaw

Bangalore, May 16: India leg-spinner Anil Kumble successfully underwent surgery on Thursday to mend his fractured jaw suffered during the fourth Test in West Indies last week. [More]

Srinath rested; Kartik, Kaif, Yuvraj in

Mumbai, May 15: Delhi batsman Virendra Sehwag and Railways spinner Murali Kartik were among the five new players named in India's one day team to play five one-day matches against West Indies starting on May 25. [More]

Kumble will be back in a month

Bangalore, May 16: Ace leg-spinner Anil Kumble, who fractured his jaw during the fourth Test against the West Indies, underwent a thorough check-up on Wednesday by a team of dental specialists, who said he can be back on the cricket field after four weeks. [More]

India hope to solve Chanderpaul puzzle

St. John's (Antigua), May 15: India skipper Sourav Ganguly conceded Tuesday West Indian batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul had been troubling his team the most in the ongoing Test series. [More]

India’s fourth Test against West Indies ends in a draw

St. John's (Antigua), May 14: West Indies left-hander Shivnarine Chanderpaul scored a sedate unbeaten 136 but Ridley Jacobs added a fiery 118 as the fourth Test against India ended in a tame draw on Tuesday. [More]

Sachin not settled in his mind, says Viv Richards

St. John's (Antigua), May 14: The West Indies batting great Sir Vivian Richards says Indian maestro Sachin Tendulkar, currently going through a lean patch, is tentative in his approach. [More]

Hooper, Chanderpaul feast on limp Indian attack again

St. John's (Antigua), May 13: West Indies skipper Carl Hooper completed his third century in four matches against India as the fourth Test headed for a draw here on Monday. [More]

I wanted to leave after trying my best: Kumble

St. John's (Antigua), May 13: Ace leg spinner Anil Kumble, who stunned all by bowling 14 overs on the trot with a fractured jaw and ended the day in pain, today said he wanted to leave the Caribbean islands after trying his best for India. [More]

Injured Kumble returns to wound WI

St. John's (Antigua), May 12: Top leg-spinner Anil Kumble returned to bowl with a fractured jaw to hurt the West Indies batting pride in the fourth Test against India here on Sunday. [More]

Kumble ruled out of rest of tour, flying home

St. John's (Antigua), May 12: Indian leg-spinner Anil Kumble has been ruled out of the rest of the India's West Indies tour due to a fractured jaw and will fly back home on Monday. [More]

Ganguly eyes 100, but Harbhajan to wait

Antigua, May 9: India skipper Sourav Ganguly said Wednesday his aim was to lead his team to a rare away Test series win and to score a century in the West Indies. [More]

India set to recall Kumble for fourth Test

Bridgetown, May 8: Indian leg-spinner Anil Kumble, left out for the last two Tests, is likely to return for the fourth match of the series against West Indies starting on Friday. [More]

Sehwag declared fit for one-dayers against West Indies

Bangalore, May 8: Dashing batsman Virendra Sehwag, out of action after sustaining a shoulder injury during the second Test against Zimbabwe in early March, was today declared fit, thus paving the way for his inclusion in the Indian squad for the forthcoming one-day series against West Indies. [More]

West Indies opener Hinds brought in for fourth Test

Bridgetown, May 6: West Indies have replaced opener Stuart Williams with left-hander Wavell Hinds for the fourth Test against India starting in Antigua on Friday. [More]

'Sachin is also human,' says Ganguly

Bridgetown, May 6: Captain Sourav Ganguly strongly defended his trump card Sachin Tendulkar and said it was unfair to criticize the World No.1 batsman for his double failure at the Kensigton Oval where India crashed to their seventh defeat in eight Tests. [More]

West Indies cruises to victory in third Test against India

Bridgetown, May 5: India failed to bury the Kensington Oval spectre as they crashed to a 10-wicket defeat in the third Test against the West Indies here on Sunday. [More]

India all out for 102 on first day of third Test against West Indies

Bridgetown, May 2: The nightmare of 1997 returned to haunt India, who were shot out for their sixth-lowest total of 102 against the West Indies in the third Test here on Thursday. [More]

Nagamootoo recovering fast from injury

Port of Spain, April 30: West Indies spin bowler Mahendra Nagamootoo is recovering fast from the injuries sustained in a vehicular accident in Guyana last Friday. [More]

Bucknor poised to break Bird record

London, April 26: Steve Bucknor is on the verge of becoming the most experienced Test cricket umpire of all time. [More]

India wins by 37 runs in second Test against West Indies

Port of Spain, April 23: With fortunes fluctuating constantly, India got the better of West Indies in a battle of nerves on the tense fifth and final day of the second cricket Test here today to record their first victory in the Caribbean in 26 years. [More]

Test poised on knife-edge Lara on song, 182 to get

Port of Spain, April 22: Brian Lara sustained the West Indies' hopes of successfully chasing a stiff 313-run target with an unbeaten 40 in the second Test against India here on Monday. [More]

Sehwag desperate to join squad before one-dayers

New Delhi, April 22: Desperately missing the action in the Caribbean, dashing batsman Virender Sehwag is on the road to complete recovery and raring to join his team-mates there before the start of the one-day series against West Indies. [More]

India 165/4 on third day of second Test against West Indies

Port of Spain, April 21: Thanks to the unfinished 109- run fifth wicket partnership between skipper Sourav Ganguly and V V S Laxman, India recovered from a batting collapse to build on the advantage of a healthy first innings lead on the third day of the second cricket Test against West Indies here. [More]

Harbhajan back, Dravid at No.3, Bangar may open

Port of Spain, April 18: The return of Harbhajan Singh and the injury to Mahendra Nagamootoo may well prove to be the decisive factor as India and West Indies go into the second cricket Test here on Friday.  [More]

India, West Indies pin hopes on bowlers in second Test 

Port of Spain, April 17: India and the West Indies go into the second Test here on Friday hoping to put up a better bowling performance to seize the initiative in the five-match series. [More]

Spin or pace: Hooper is unable to decide 

Port of Spain, April 17: West Indian skipper Carl Hooper is in a dilemma whether it is spin or pace which holds the key for his team's fortunes against the Indians in the ongoing series. [More]

'When I bat, I feel God is batting for me' : Hooper

Georgetown, April 16: It is not often that we the West Indians play against Sachin Tendulkar. I remember he came here in 1997 and though he had some decent scores, there were not one of those big hundreds from the little man. [More]

Ganguly adamant , to bat at No. 3

Port Of Spain, April 16: Skipper Sourav Ganguly is undeterred by his poor dismissal in the first Test and determined to bat only at number three during the second Test which starts here on Thursday. [More]

Ganguly hopes Harbhajan will be fit

Port of Spain, April 16: Sourav Ganguly is hopeful that off-spinner Harbhajan Singh would be fit to play the second Test against West Indies starting at Queen's Park Oval here on Friday. [More]

Dravid hammers 144 as rain halts play for day

Georgetown, April 14: Rahul Dravid salvaged India's batting pride with a brave 144 not out on a rain-curtailed fourth day of the opening Test against the West Indies here on Sunday. [More]

Harbhajan's injury healing fast

Georgetown, April 14: India's ace off-spinner Harbhajan Singh is making rapid progress and is expected to make his return in the second Test at Port of Spain, Trinidad, starting on April 19. [More]

Hooper and Chanderpaul hammer career best scores

Georgetown, April 12: West Indies skipper Carl Hooper and Shivnarine Chanderpaul hammered their career-best scores in a record stand to flay the Indian attack in the first Test here on Friday. [More]

'It Would be nice to get 500': Hooper

Georgetown , April 12: West Indies' captain Carl Hooper who scored his first century on home ground on the opening day of the first Test against India said he hoped to extend his unbeaten 113-run partnerhip with Shivnarine Chanderpaul gunning for a big first innings total of 500. [More]

Injury forces Harbhajan out of the first Test

Georgetown, April 11: Ending days of speculation over Harbhajan Singh's fitness, Indian team Manager Goutam Dasgupta said the off-spinner has been ruled out of today's first Test against West Indies here due to a nagging shoulder injury. [More]

"There's a lot of pressure on us": Hooper

Georgetown, April 10: West Indian skipper Carl Hooper would have preferred pitches with more pace and bounce for the Test series against India but being unable to do anything about it now, will still concentrate on a predominantly pace attack. [More]

Ganguly and Hooper ready for showdown

Georgetown, April 10: Sparring has become a part of international cricket and rival skippers Sourav Ganguly and Carl Hooper indulged in some before the first Test between India and the West Indies here on Thursday. [More]

India, West Indies hope to shed 'strugglers' tag

Georgetown, April 10: The first Test starting at Bourda here on Thursday will pit the travel-sick Indian tourists against a West Indian team wallowing in an unaccustomed slump in form.
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Indians beat Guyana Board President's XI by nine wickets

Georgetown, April 7: The Indian cricket team surpassed a modest target without much trouble to start their tour of West Indies with a comprehensive nine wicket victory in the three-day match against Guyana Board President's XI here on Sunday. [More]

Indians to play a one-day game ahead of first Test

Georgetown, April 7: The Indian cricket team has agreed to play a one-day game against Guyana before the first Test starts on Thursday. [More]

Lara says he is fit to face India

Port of Spain, April 5: Brian Lara, sidelined with an elbow injury since last December, has declared himself fit for the upcoming series between the West Indies and India. [More]

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