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Lehmann: Jofra Archer is like a West Indies great

‘He’s like Andy Roberts, Michael Holding and Joel Garner’ – Lehmann

Gayle retained, Bravo dropped as West Indies make changes in ODI squad

Meanwhile, Andre Russell misses out on the ODI squad following a World Cup that appeared to be plagued by injury with the destructive all-rounder often seen hobbling.

West Indies call upon Kieron Pollard and Sunil Narine

West Indies have recalled all-rounder Kieron Pollard and spinner Sunil Narine for the first two T20 internationals against India. Pollard, 32, made his last T20 appearance against India in November 2018 while Narine, 31, has not represented the West Indies in any format for 22 months since a T20 match against England at Chester-le-Street in […]

Pooran, Thomas big winners as West Indies announce central contracts

The promising fast bowler Oshane Thomas, who has played in 18 one-day internationals, has also been handed a white-ball contract for the first time.

Unsuccessful World Cup a “learning experience” says West Indies’ Pooran

The West Indies have endured a difficult World Cup campaign but Nicholas Pooran hopes the team can use it as a “learning experience”.

West Indies: Who are their most crucial players as of today?

West Indies, just like any cricket team you can imagine, have gone through their fair share of highs and lows, both in terms of emotions as well as scoring. Due to this, some fans feel like they are not playing to their fullest potential, especially if we compare it to how the team used to […]

England’s Women in cruise control after dominating the first ODI against the West Indies

England Women’s cricket team kicked off their busy summer schedule with an impressive 208 run win against the West Indies at Grace Road, Leicester. Opening batswoman Amy Jones (91) and captain Heather Knight (94) who top scored had helped England to 318-9 after winning the toss and electing to bat first. England had been 207-2 […]

Master blaster Chris Gayle shows no sign of slowing down for the West Indies

You can never have too much of a good thing with the West Indies veteran, despite the emergence of Shimron Hetmyer and Shai Hope

England’s third ODI against West Indies a wash out

Rain in Grenada dispels England’s hopes of rotating squad

Westbury: Don’t burden this current West Indies with the past

Isabelle Westbury cautions that misconceptions about the modern Caribbean game may be affecting our judgement of the progress made there

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