West Indies rebuilt their confidence by winning a two match series 2-0 against New Zealand while beating them all ends up in the second Test at Jamaica.
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Darren Sammy anticipates whitewash vs. New Zealand
The captain of West Indies, Darren Sammy, anticipates that winning the second Test vs. New Zealand, can earn them a clean sweep in the series.
Bright future in Tests for West Indies cricket – Shivnarine Chanderpaul
The most experienced batsman of West Indies, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, has predicted a beaming future for his team in Test cricket as they are instantly improving.
Kemar Roach wrecked the middle order of New Zealand as West Indies won the 1st Test
Kemar Roach ripped through the formidable batting line up of New Zealand in the 2nd innings and enabled West Indies with a comfortable victory in the 1st Test.
Martin Guptill blossomed for New Zealand’s prosperity – 1st Test vs. West Indies
Martin Guptill played a breezy knock against the quality bowling of West Indies as New Zealand reached a respected score at the end of the 1st day’s play.
Bell Rang as England Cooked West Indies
Stuart Broad grabbed 11 wickets, followed by 132 runs partnership between Alastair Cook and Ian bell led England to an easy win by 5 wickets vs. West Indies.
Australia in sight of victory – 3rd Test vs. West Indies
Michael Clarke led Australia well by clinching three important wickets in the second innings of West Indies as the visitors anticipate a win.
Rain interruption ends electrifying match – 2nd Test Australia vs. West Indies
Michael Clarke took a bold decision while declaring at160-8 and Darren Sammy accepted the challenge of scoring 215 runs but rain terminated an interesting finish.
Nathan Lyon puts Australia in command – second Test vs. West Indies
Nathan Lyon ripped through the middle and lower order batting by grabbing five wickets of West Indies when they were cruising well and put Australia back on top.
West Indies top order surrenders as Australia takes command – second Test
The West Indies top three batsmen put their team under pressure as Australia started dictating their terms in the second Test.