West Indies will begin their current tour to India with a five match One Day International series which will commence from October, 8, 2014, at Kochi.
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A smooth victory for India against West Indies
A lethal bowling by the Indian spinners and fifties by Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli took the game away from West Indies who suffered a defeat in their opener.
Marlon Samuels crippled England – 1st T20
Marlon Samuels demonstrated an all round performance in the opening T20 well assisted by Chris Gayle and Samuel Badree as the Windies defeated England easily.
New Zealand grabbed the T20 series at 2-0 – 2nd match vs. West Indies
The Black Caps dominated the two match Twenty20 series against the Windies as Luke Ronchi sparkled in his consecutive game with an aggressive unbeaten fifty.
India A deflated West Indies A – only unofficial Twenty20
Yuvraj Singh led India A smartly by dispatching a fifty whereas Rahul Sharma toyed with the batting of the West Indies A who lost the only unofficial Twenty20.
Yuvraj Singh slaughtered West Indies A – 1st unofficial ODI
The Indian A skipper, Yuvraj Singh, proved his form with a blistering ton against the visiting West Indies A who lost the first unofficial ODI at Bangalore.
Sunil Narine demolished New Zealand in the fifth ODI
New Zealand struggled against the devastating off spin bowling from the rising international star, Sunil Narine who won the match for West Indies.
The overconfident West Indies drowned by the young Kiwis – 3rd ODI
West Indies scrambled after the cheap dismissal of their ace opener, Chris Gayle while the young Black Caps never looked back and clinched the third ODI easily.
Andre Russell crushed New Zealand in the first ODI
Andre Russell ripped through the top order batting of New Zealand as Chris Gayle and Dwayne Smith punished their bowlers enabling West Indies to an easy victory.
Australia wins the 5th ODI vs. West Indies besides Darren Sammy’s Blast
Australia grabbed the fifth ODI against West Indies and managed to level the series 2-2 besides a heroic knock of 84 by the Windies Skipper, Darren Sammy.