Steven Smith leapfrogs Kumar Sangakkara to be ranked top Test batsman in ICC rankings
Steven Smith leapfrogs Kumar Sangakkara to be ranked top Test batsman in ICC rankings

Australia vice captain, Steve Smith on Monday leapfroged Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkra to reach at the top spot in ICC's Test batting rankings.

West Indies 220 all out, trail Aussies by 179
West Indies 220 all out, trail Aussies by 179

West Indies were 220 all out just before lunch on the third day of the second and final Test against Australia at Sabina Park on Saturday, a deficit of 179.

Australian wicket-keeper Brad Haddin takes miracle catch against West Indies
Australian wicket-keeper Brad Haddin takes miracle catch against West Indies

Veteran Australian wicket-keeper batsman, Brad Haddin, took a bizarre catch on the 2nd day of the second Test on Saturday to dismiss West Indian batsman Shai Hope at Sabina Park.

Nathan Lyon claims Australian record with 142nd test wicket
Nathan Lyon claims Australian record with 142nd test wicket

Nathan Lyon says he still has plenty to learn despite becoming Australia`s most prolific off-spinner by removing Kraigg Brathwaite on the second day of the second test against West Indies in Kingston on Friday. 

Prodigious Steve Smith misses first Test double-ton by one run against West Indies
Prodigious Steve Smith misses first Test double-ton by one run against West Indies

Australia's prodigious Steven Smith failed to notch up his first Test double-ton agonisingly by one run on Friday in the second Test against West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica. An in-swinging yorker from Jerome Taylor undid the right-handed batsman.

2nd Test, Day 2: Steven Smith closes in on double century as wickets tumble
2nd Test, Day 2: Steven Smith closes in on double century as wickets tumble

Steve Smith held firm even as wickets fell with Australia reaching 350 for eight at lunch on the second day of the second and final Test against the West Indies at Sabina Park on Friday.

Chris Rogers backs Australia's decision to rule him out
Chris Rogers backs Australia's decision to rule him out

Australia left-hander Chris Rogers on Friday backed the decision by team's support staff to rule him out of the two-match Test series against the West Indies, but insists he will be ready for the forthcoming Ashes tour.

West Indies vs Australia, 2nd Test, Day 1: Jerome Taylor closing in on world record
West Indies vs Australia, 2nd Test, Day 1: Jerome Taylor closing in on world record

West Indies fast bowler Jerome Taylor was closing in on a world record at lunch on the first day of the second test against Australia in Kingston, Jamaica on Thursday.

West Indies take early wickets after winning toss against Australia
West Indies take early wickets after winning toss against Australia

West Indies drew early blood when they dismissed both Australian openers on the first day of the second test in Kingston, Jamaica.

1st Test: Australia romp to victory over sorry West Indies
1st Test: Australia romp to victory over sorry West Indies

Australia completed a comprehensive nine-wicket victory just before stumps on the third day of the first Test against the West Indies at the Windsor Park Stadium in Dominica on Friday after the home side`s second innings resistance crumbled.

1st Test, Day 3: Shane Dowrich, Marlon Samuels defy Australia
1st Test, Day 3: Shane Dowrich, Marlon Samuels defy Australia

Shane Dowrich and Marlon Samuels battled grittily to defy Australia as the West Indies reached 97 for three in their second innings at lunch on the third day of the first Test at the Windsor Park Stadium in Dominica on Friday.

1st Test, Day 2: Adam Voges debut century gives Australia the edge
1st Test, Day 2: Adam Voges debut century gives Australia the edge

Adam Voges made the most of a belated Test debut with a polished, unbeaten 114 in lifting Australia to 280 for nine and a first innings lead of 132 runs over the West Indies at tea on the second day of the first Test in Dominica on Thursday.

1st Test: West Indies hit back after batting collapse against Australia
1st Test: West Indies hit back after batting collapse against Australia

West Indies squandered a promising position, losing their last nine wickets for 85 runs to be dismissed for 148 in their first innings on the opening day of the first Test against Australia in Dominica on Wednesday.

1st Test, Day 1: Hesitant West Indies pinned back by Aussies
1st Test, Day 1: Hesitant West Indies pinned back by Aussies

West Indies` top-order batting failed to capitalise on excellent batting conditions in reaching lunch at 85 for three on the opening day of the first Test of the two-match series at the Windsor Park Stadium in Dominica on Wednesday.

Windies won't back down from Aussies, warns Jason Holder
Windies won't back down from Aussies, warns Jason Holder

 The West Indies may be languishing six spots below Australia in the international Test rankings but that will not prevent the Caribbean side from looking to stun their opponents in the upcoming series, all-rounder Jason Holder has warned.

West Indies upbeat over Australia challenge
West Indies upbeat over Australia challenge

West Indies and Australia commence a short Test series at Windsor Park Stadium in Dominica on Wednesday with the visitors favoured to extend their 20-year dominance over the Caribbean squad.

Australia aim to get up West Indies 'noses' with bouncers
Australia aim to get up West Indies 'noses' with bouncers

Caribbean pitches may no longer have the zing to excite express pacemen but Australia will still look to soften up West Indies with a barrage of bouncers in the upcoming test series, bowling coach Craig McDermott has said.

West Indies executed their plans well, says captain Aguilleira

Emotionally overwhelmed after leading West Indies to their maiden World Cup final, skipper Merrissa Aguilleira today said her team is reaping the rewards for executing its plans accurately.

Pollard can give Windies boost again to lift WC trophy: Gayle

West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has asked his teammate Kieron Pollard to once against boost his team fortunes with his bat, as he did during his outplay against Australia in their semi-final.

Chris Gayle reveals secrets behind hitting towering sixes

Chris Gayle marked his 33rd birthday by revealing the secret behind hitting colossal sixes to batsmen during the ongoing Twenty20 World Cup.