Australia need three more wickets to win second test against Windies
Australia need three more wickets to win second test against Windies

 Australia were on the verge of another massive victory over West Indies at lunch on the fourth day of the second test on Sunday needing three more wickets for victory.

Ton-up Steve Smith leads Australia to 258-4 against West Indies
Ton-up Steve Smith leads Australia to 258-4 against West Indies

Steve Smith`s ninth Test century in 28 matches anchored Australia`s 258 for four at stumps on the opening day of the second and final Test against the West Indies at Sabina Park on Thursday.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul axed from Windies squad
Shivnarine Chanderpaul axed from Windies squad

 Veteran left-hander Shiv Chanderpaul’s illustrious 21-year career appeared all but over after he was dumped from the West Indies Test squad for the upcoming two-match series against Australia, starting next month.

IPL 2015: Weight of responsibility motivated me, says Darren Bravo
IPL 2015: Weight of responsibility motivated me, says Darren Bravo

Batsman Darren Bravo on Monday said he was guided by a strong sense of responsibility during his match-winning knock, which helped the West Indies stun England by five wickets in the third cricket Test here Sunday.

Draw has strengthened Windies resolve, says Devon Smith
Draw has strengthened Windies resolve, says Devon Smith

Opener Devon Smith says batting out the entire last day to save the first Test has further strengthened the West Indies’ self belief that they can compete against England in the ongoing three-Test series.

England in control despite Windies resistance
England in control despite Windies resistance

England worked themselves into a winning position despite strong West Indies resistance in their second innings on the fourth day of the first Test at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua on Thursday.

England cricket chief predicts victory over West Indies
England cricket chief predicts victory over West Indies

England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) chairman Colin Graves has described the West Indies Test side as "mediocre", adding there will be "some enquires" if England do not win the upcoming series in the Caribbean.

World Cup 2015: Confidence booming in WI camp: Opener Johnson Charles
World Cup 2015: Confidence booming in WI camp: Opener Johnson Charles

Opening batsman Johnson Charles says there is a growing sense of self-belief in the West Indies dressing room as the regional side trains its sight on the big quarter-final against joint hosts New Zealand.

World Cup 2015: Chris Gayle expected to be available for quarterfinal
World Cup 2015: Chris Gayle expected to be available for quarterfinal

West Indies captain Jason Holder expects Chris Gayle to be available for Saturday’s quarterfinal clash against New Zealand despite the talismanic opener missing the final Pool B game against the United Arab Emirates due to injury.

ICC World Cup: Windies confident of Chris Gayle fitness for New Zealand clash
ICC World Cup: Windies confident of Chris Gayle fitness for New Zealand clash

West Indies believe Chris Gayle will have a major impact on Saturday`s World Cup quarter-final against New Zealand even if he`s only half fit.

ICC World Cup: Johnson Charles replaces injured Darren Bravo for Windies
ICC World Cup: Johnson Charles replaces injured Darren Bravo for Windies

West Indies have been allowed to call-up Johnson Charles to replace batsman Darren Bravo who was ruled out of the World Cup with a hamstring injury.

ICC World Cup 2015: West Indies batsman Darren Bravo out of World Cup
ICC World Cup 2015: West Indies batsman Darren Bravo out of World Cup

West Indies batsman Darren Bravo was ruled out of the rest of the World Cup on Friday after failing to recover from a hamstring injury, the squad`s players` association said.

West Indies touch down in Canberra for Zimbabwe assignment
West Indies touch down in Canberra for Zimbabwe assignment

A buoyant West Indies arrived here to begin final preparations for their third game of the cricket World Cup against Zimbabwe Tuesday.

ICC Cricket World Cup: West Indies vs Zimbabwe – Preview
ICC Cricket World Cup: West Indies vs Zimbabwe – Preview

Riding high after demolishing Pakistan in their last encounter, an unpredictable West Indies eye another big win against perceived minnows Zimbabwe in their third pool B match of the cricket World Cup, here on Tuesday.

Darren Bravo to miss Zimbabwe match, in doubt for South Africa
Darren Bravo to miss Zimbabwe match, in doubt for South Africa

Darren Bravo will miss West Indies` third World Cup match against Zimbabwe in Canberra on Tuesday and remains in doubt for Friday`s match against South Africa with a low-grade hamstring tear, the team said on Monday.

Swearing reprimand adds to Darren Bravo`s painful day
Swearing reprimand adds to Darren Bravo`s painful day

As if being forced off with a painful hamstring injury and getting hit on the head during the West Indies` World Cup win over Pakistan weren`t bad enough for Darren Bravo, the batsman also found himself reprimanded for swearing.

 Darren Bravo to stay with West Indies after tearing hamstring
Darren Bravo to stay with West Indies after tearing hamstring

West Indies left-hander Darren Bravo will stay with the West Indies` team despite sustaining a torn hamstring during the cricket World Cup Group B 150-run win over Pakistan at HagleyOval on Saturday. 

Cricket World Cup: Double blow for West Indies` Darren Bravo
Cricket World Cup: Double blow for West Indies` Darren Bravo

West Indies batsman Darren Bravo suffered a painful time in Saturday`s World Cup clash against Pakistan, getting hit on the head before being forced off with a hamstring strain.

West Indies upbeat over Roach, Bravo return
West Indies upbeat over Roach, Bravo return

West Indies coach Stuart Williams Wednesday welcomed the return of pacer Kemar Roach and middle-order batsman Darren Bravo to the side preparing for the World Cup starting Feb 14.

West Indies lose Assad Fudadin for South Africa series
West Indies lose Assad Fudadin for South Africa series

West Indies batsman Assad Fudadin has been ruled out of the three-test tour of South Africa after fracturing a finger in fielding practice on Wednesday.