A gritty declaration by Michael Clarke put Australia in to a commanding position as the perishable West Indies were struggling in the first Test.
West Indies continued their dominance in the first Test versus Australia on the third day as their bowlers put them on top led by Darren Sammy.
Shivnarine Chanderpaul put West Indies in command after thrashing a magnificent ton versus Australia in the first innings of the Barbados Test.
West Indies has started their journey toward solidity with a promising batting display by their top order batsmen in the first Test vs. Australia.
An excellent team effort from West Indies let down Australia in the 2nd Twenty20 by 14 runs and the series was levelled 1-1.
Shane Watson demolished the Windies bowling attack by thrashing 69 runs and snatched the first Twenty20 from them.
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.
Kieron Pollard butchered the Australian bowling by thrashing 102 runs off 70 balls and took the match away from the visitors.
Lack of planning and unresponsive attitude of Captain Darren Sammy cost West Indies a sure shot victory in the third ODI against Australia, ending in a draw.
Sunil Narine broke the back of Australian batting and the later a lethal assault by Kieron Pollard led West Indies to a much needed victory against the visitors.