Bravo wants more from batsmen in last ODI

West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo wants more runs from his batsmen when they take on England in the third and deciding One-Day International (ODI) here Wednesday.

Broad says England favourites now to take series

Captain Stuart Broad believes England`s nervy win in second One-Day International Sunday has given them impetus to complete a series triumph.

Third ODI a big `final` for West Indies: Gibson

West Indies coach Ottis Gibson has branded Wednesday`s decisive third One-Day International against England as a virtual final, and he expects the regional side to treat the game as such.

England level ODI series with West Indies

Ravi Bopara and captain Stuart Broad put on 58 unbroken runs to guide England to a nerve-jangling, three-wicket victory over West Indies in the second one-day international in North Sound, Antigua on Sunday.

England lose to West Indies despite Lumb century

Opener Michael Lumb top-scored with a fluent 106 on his debut but was unable to prevent England from slipping to a 15-run defeat by West Indies in the first one-day international (ODI) in North Sound, Antigua on Friday.

England shoot out West Indies for 101

Anya Shrubsole and Arran Brindle shared seven wickets between them as defending champions England bundled out West Indies for a low score of 101 in their concluding Group A league match of the ICC Women`s World Cup at the BKC ground on Tuesday.

England take on Windies in keen contest

With all the teams having achieved a win each, the Group A contests in the ICC Women`s World Cup move into the climactic stage here tomorrow with holders England taking on an equally buoyant West Indies even as hosts India clash with Sri Lanka.

Loss of two wickets in the 1st over hurt our cause: Stuart Broad

England captain Stuart Broad said losing two wickets early while chasing a competitive 180-run target hurt the defending champions badly in their Super Eights game against West Indies here.

ICC World T20 2012: West Indies beat England by 15 runs

Live updates of the T20 World Cup's Super Eight match between England and West Indies.

ICC T20 World Cup, Super Eights: England vs West Indies - Preview

Defending champions England would like to overcome the disappointment of recording their lowest-ever Twenty20 total and return to winning ways when they take on a dangerous West Indies in their opening Super Eight match of the ICC World Twenty20 on Thursday.

Hales guides Eng to victory in T20; misses ton by one run

England defeated West Indies by 7 wickets in the one-off T20 match played at Trent Bridge.

Ready for all forms of the game for Windies: Chris Gayle

Stating that he is available for all three formats of the game, Chris Gayle has said that all differences with the WICB have been resolved and he is now looking forward to contributing to West Indies cricket.

Botham slams Ramdin for picking public fight with Richards

England legend Ian Botham has criticized West Indies stumper Denesh Ramdin for picking a public fight with ex-batting great Sir Viv Richards.

3rd Test: England 221-5 as contest moves closer to a draw

England reached 221-5 at stumps on the fourth day against West Indies on Sunday with the third Test heading for a draw.

England vs West Indies 3rd test: All-round Best puts Windies on top

An unbeaten century partnership between Dinesh Ramdin and Tino Best frustrated English bowlers to the core as they struggled to pick up wickets on the fourth day of the Edgbaston Test.

Tino is the ‘Best’ No. 11

Tino Best was yet to bowl in his comeback match but the 30-year old Barbados player has already put his name in the record books scoring 95 runs in 112 balls to become the highest individual scorer at No.11 surpassing Zaheer Khan’s 75 against Bangladesh in 2004 at Dhaka.

Dinesh Ramdin hits out at Sir Viv Richards

Dinesh Ramdin displayed a message to Sir Vivian Richards after scoring his second test ton.

3rd Test: West Indies 280/8 on Day 3

Live updates of Day 3 of third Test between England and West Indies.

West Indies hit by poor decision-making: Gibson

Head coach Ottis Gibson says the embattled West Indies have played well in patches on the England tour, and if they were still hampered it is because of their "poor decision making" at critical moments.

Anderson ‘fuming’ over being omitted for third and final Test of Windies series

England cricketer James Anderson is fuming over his enforced absence from this week’s Edgbaston Test against the West Indies.