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WI win the fifth ODI against India by 5 wickets

Baroda, November 18: West Indies win the fifth ODI against India by 5 wickets here at Baroda today. It was a game India would not like to remember - it resulted in a five-wicket loss after they piled up an impressive 290 in 48 overs. [ More ]

India cruises to victory in fourth Test against WI

Ahmedabad, November 15: It was quite unbelievable. There were 14 balls left when India successfully completed chasing the West Indian target of 324 --- not a small task by any means and definitely not under lights. [ More ]

Teams eager to get on with the game

Ahmedabad, November 14: The first thing you notice about the road to Motera just outside Ahmedabad city - the venue of the fourth India-West Indies one-day international - is the sand. [ More ]

Indian bowlers showing effects of cricket overdose: Ganguly

Rajkot, November 11: India's bowlers were showing the effects of a cricket overdose, captain Sourav Ganguly said Monday ahead of the third of seven limited-overs internationals against the West Indies.[ More ]

Hooper finds Keenan pitch "very funny"

Jamshedpur, November 05: The newly-laid pitch at the Keenan Stadium here has attracted a lot of attention ahead of the India-West Indies series opening one-day match on Wednesday with both the captains not looking very satisfied with it. [ More ]

India 358 on second day of third Test against WI

Kolkata, October 31: Once Javagal Srinath and Parthiv Patel had ensured that India reach a comfortable-looking 358, Wavell Hinds and Chris Gayle took charge. After a cautious start, they played confidently to score 172 for the first wicket, a record for West Indies at the Eden. [ More ]

Bangar rewarded with place one-day squad

Kolkata, October 31: The hard-working Sanjay Bangar was on Thursday rewarded for his consistent performance in the Test matches with a berth in the 14-member Indian squad for the first three one-day internationals against West Indies. [ More ]

Our batsmen have been too negative: Sarwan

Kolkata, October 28: West Indies batsman, Ramnaresh Sarwan, on Monday blamed his batsmen for his side's debacle in the first two Tests of the ongoing series against India, saying their negative approach and failure to convert good starts to big scores spelled doom for the team. [ More ]

We are not thinking of the series outcome any more: Hooper

Kolkata, October 28: Despite having lost the series against India with comprehensive defeats in the first two Tests, West Indies skipper Carl Hooper on Sunday said that his team was still "upbeat" and would play for a win in the final Test here to salvage some pride. [ More ]

West Indies desperate to prepare well for third Test

Pune, October 23: Thrashed and humiliated in the first two Tests, the West Indies would be desperate to get their act together in the three-day match against Ranji Trophy champions Railways starting here tomorrow as they prepare to salvage some pride in the third and final Test in Kolkata. [ More ]

India grab first series win against West Indies

Chennai, October 20: In the end, the West Indies were not good enough to force a change in the script of the Test series. Resuming at 186 for four on Sunday, they went tumbling for 229, handing India a target of 81 to get to win the game and the series, which they did, losing a couple of wickets. [ More ]

Agarkar replaces Zaheer for third Windies Test

Chennai, October 20: Ajit Agarkar is to replace fellow paceman Zaheer Khan in the 14-man Indian squad for the third Test against West Indies in Kolkata from October 30. [ More ]

Ganguly alright as of now: Nair

Chennai, October 20: Indian skipper Saurav Ganguly, who injured his back after colliding with Anil Kumble during the fourth day's play in the second Test against West Indies here today, "is alright as of now" but may have to undergo an MRI scan, Cricket Board secretary S K Nair said. [ More ]

Ind 190/5 on second day of second Test against WI

Chennai, October 18: West Indies clawed their way back into the game as the Indians finished the truncated day of the second Test at the Chidambaram Stadium here on Friday at 190 for five, not a very happy position after being 93 for no loss at a stage. [ More ]

India will win in four days: Sehwag

Chennai, October 18: Dashing opening batsman Virender Sehwag was confident that India would once again be able to inflict an innings victory on West Indies "within four days" if the home team managed a lead of 150 runs in the second Test here. [ More ]

Windies debutant Lawson thrilled with big scalps

Chennai, October 18: Young West Indies fast bowler Jermaine Lawson was on cloud nine on Friday after scalping two of the world's best batsmen on his debut in the second Test against India. [ More ]

Kumble claims five as West Indies crumble

Chennai, October 17: A five-wicket haul in a Test match is always great, regardless of how poor the opposition is, as the West Indies were on the first day of the second Test at the Chidambaram Stadium here. [ More ]

Chanderpaul's wicket was special: Kumble

Chennai, October 17: Indian leg-spinner Anil Kumble, who grabbed five wickets to wreck the West Indies in the second Test here, said Thursday he was most pleased with the prize scalp of Shivnarine Chanderpaul. [ More ]

Gujarat cricket matches fuel riot fears

New Delhi, October 16: India and West Indies play three one-day internationals in Rajkot, Ahmedabad and Baroda on November 12, 15 and 18. On the face of it, that's a cricket fest for Gujarat, but think again. On those three days, for the first time since the riots, Hindus and Muslims will share a confined public space. The stadiums hold between 20,000 and 40,000 people. [ More ]

Team will have to guard against complacency: Wright

Chennai, October 15: Indian cricket coach John Wright said the team would have to guard against complacency, following its biggest ever win against West Indies, as the visitors were sure to come back stronger in the second Test starting here on Thursday. [ More ]

West Indies to make changes in team for second Test

Chennai, October 14: "Disappointed" with his team's poor showing in the first cricket Test in Mumbai, West Indies captain Carl Hooper today said he would effect a few changes in the composition of his side for the second Test match starting here on Thursday. [ More ]

Poor fielding caused West Indies defeat: Hooper

Mumbai, October 13: It was to be a special Test. But it turned out to be the poorest since I returned to West Indies cricket. My 100th Test in maroon cap was anything but joyful. [ More ]

India cruises to victory in first Test against West Indies

Mumbai, October 12: The only part of the bat that played a role was the edge, as India's spinners wove a spell around the West Indians and wrapped up the first Test in three-and-a-half days.[ More ]

Zaheer owes his success to South African trainer

Mumbai, October 11: Indian fast bowler Zaheer Khan, who wrecked the West Indies with a four-wicket haul in the first Test here, said Friday he owed his recent successes to South African physical trainer Adrian le Roux. [ More ]

Dravid thanks non-striker Patel for century

Mumbai, October 10: India's Rahul Dravid, who retired because of dehydration and cramps after scoring his fourth consecutive Test century on Thursday, thanked 17-year-old Parthiv Patel for nursing him to his hundred. [ More ]

India 278/2 on first day of first Test against West Indies

Mumbai, October 09: India makes a total of 278 runs on first day of first Test against West Indies with loss of two wickets. Virender Sehwag (147) and Sanjay Bangar (55) were dismissed in quick succession in the post-tea session by Mervyn Dillon not before putting India into a commanding position at 213/2. [ More ]

Sehwag unhappy at not batting out the entire day

Mumbai, October 09: Virender Sehwag said on Wednesday he was not entirely satisfied with his career-best 147 here. [ More ]

Ganguly assures an entertaining series against Windies

Mumbai, October 07: The Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly on Monday assured the cricket fans in India an "entertaining Test series" against the visiting West Indies. [ More ]

Tendulkar, Hooper to be felicitated during first Test

Mumbai, October 07: Sachin Tendulkar and West Indies skipper Carl Hooper would be felicitated for playing in hundred Tests by the Indian Cricket Board on the opening day of first Test match between the two countries at Wankhede Stadium here on October nine. [ More ]

West Indies confident of doing well in Tests: Hooper

Bangalore, October 06: With all the batsmen helping themselves to good scores in the three-day match against Board President's XI, West Indian captain Carl Hooper on Sunday said his team was now confident of doing well in the Test series against India. [ More ]