West Indies Hope To End Series Drought In Decider Against Bangladesh


Since then, they have capitulated in 11 series, managing their best result with a draw against minnows Afghanistan last year.

“It is on the tip of everyone’s tongue. Windies haven’t won an ODI series for quite some time. This is a grand opportunity to change it,” Powell told reporters in Sylhet on Thursday.

“The guys are upbeat and confident of doing it tomorrow.”

They came close to defeating Bangladesh in July on home soil, suffering a 2-1 loss. In October, they went down to India 3-1.

A win would remove some sting from Windies’ humiliating drubbing by Bangladesh in the Test series in November and December when the home side wrapped up both matches inside three days.

Powell said his side had to improve on their winning flair displayed in the second ODI.

Opener Shai Hope hit a career-best 146 off 144 balls not out, as Windies toppled Bangladesh’s 255-7 with two balls in hand to complete their first win in the tour.

“We have to work on all three aspects of the game. One game doesn’t change the fact that we are still not batting as well as a team. We still need to work on our bowling and fielding,” Powell said.

Pace bowler Oshane Thomas worked up some lively pace to leave Bangladeshi batsmen unsettled in both the games.

“Bangladeshis don’t like fast bowling. We are definitely looking to exploit it. Hopefully tomorrow we can do that,” Powell said.

Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza played down suggestions the hosts were rattled by Thomas’ pace.

“In both the matches, his economy rate was close to six. So there is no issue. If they think he is their best bowler we are relaxed,” said Mashrafe.    

This will be first ever ODI hosted in Sylhet, in Bangladesh’s northeast. The ground has hosted seven Twenty20 internationals and a Test.

The Windies will wrap up their tour of Bangladesh with three Twenty20 Internationals.



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West Indies’ Darren Bravo Returns For Bangladesh ODIs


Recent debutants Fabian Allen, Chandrapaul Hemraj and Oshane Thomas retained their places after the ODI series against India last month.

In the absence of injured Jason Holder, batsman Rovman Powell was named interim captain as the visitors seek to make amends for their 2-1 home series defeat to Bangladesh in July.

“With two more ODI Series before the 2019 World Cup, the Bangladesh series allows us to narrow our search for our final 15-member World Cup squad,” chairman of selectors Courtney Browne said in a statement.

“Darren’s experience will add value to the batting, which in turn will place selection pressure for spots in the squad.”

The second and third matches of the series will be held on December 11 and 14 in Dhaka and Sylhet. 

Bangladesh swept Windies 2-0 in the recent Test series, with the second Test wrapping up Sunday inside three days as the Tigers recorded their first-ever victory by an innings margin.

The Caribbean visitors made just 111 runs in their first innings — the lowest Test score ever recorded against their hosts — to become the first side Bangladesh has ever asked to follow-on.

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Rovman Powell (Capt), Marlon Samuels, Devendra Bishoo, Roston Chase, Chandrapaul Hemraj, Shimron Hetmyer, Darren Bravo, Shai Hope, Carlos Brathwaite, Keemo Paul, Kieran Powell, Fabian Allen, Kemar Roach, Sunil Ambris, Oshane Thomas.



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Shakib Al Hasan, Tamim Iqbal Return For Bangladesh vs West Indies Series


He was only cleared to play the ODIs on Saturday. Selectors have also included him in the squad for a warm-up match against the Windies scheduled on December 6.

Opening batsman Nazmul Hossain and all-rounder Fazle Mahmud made way for the returning duo.

The three-match ODI series will be held from December 9 to 14 in Dhaka and Sylhet.

The Windies will also play three Twenty20 internationals against the hosts during their month-long tour.

Squad: Mashrafe Mortaza (Capt), Tamim Iqbal, Imrul Kayes, Soumya Sarker, Liton Das, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah Riyad, Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman, Mehidy Hasan, Nazmul Islam Apu, Mohammad Mithun, Mohammad Saifuddin, Abu Hider and Ariful Hoque.



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Bangladesh Eye Rare Test Series Win, Face West Indies In Second Test


Bangladesh came close to winning series twice in the past two years, respectively against Australia and Sri Lanka but on both occasions, they stumbled at the final hurdle.

Skipper Shakib Al Hasan said his team has the ability to overcome the odds.

“We have a challenge and we believe we can overcome this,” Shakib said at the pre-match press conference on Thursday. 

“Naturally, West Indies will also go into the match more excited. They will give their best to win. We have to perform better than them, more than what we did in Chittagong,” he said.

“It will be very special for us if we can win the series 2-0…whatever it requires we are preparing to do that,” he said.

“If it is not possible to win, our target will be taking series 1-0, because the ultimate target is winning the series.”

Shakib promised positive cricket.

“But we don’t want to win series by playing defensive cricket. We will go into the match with a positive frame of mind,” he said.

Bangladesh’s chances, however, got a blow when wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim hurt his finger during a training session on Wednesday.

Though Shakib did not rule out Mushfiqur playing the game, the home side had recalled Liton Das as a backup option.

West Indies captain Kraigg Brathwaite said he remained optimistic despite the challenge ahead.

“Staying positive on this type of wicket is key. The bounce varied a lot in the first Test,” said Brathwaite.

“The onus is on ourselves to trust our defence and attacking methods. I think the key is to be light in your feet, and treat each ball as it comes.”

The visitors will miss pace bowler Shannon Gabriel, who was banned from the second Test after being handed two demerit points in the first.

Gabriel was the pick of the West Indies bowlers in a spin-oriented pitch, claiming four wickets in a short spell in the first innings that had nearly swung the game to their way.

Brathwaite said he was “backing both spin and pace to do a good job” unsettling Bangladesh. 

“There will obviously be a balance. Spin did most of the damage in the first Test but it doesn’t mean pacers can’t take wickets,” he said.

The West Indies will also play three one-day internationals and three Twenty20 internationals against Bangladesh during their month-long tour.



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West Indies Cricket Not Short Of Talent, Says Coach Stuart Law


“West Indies cricket is not about lack of talent. The skill level is always there. It’s about applying that skill, making the right decisions under pressure in the middle of the game. It’s a tough place to learn there at the middle,” said the 49-year-old Australian, who is set to join English county side Middlesex soon.

“Sooner than later we will get better results, better equipped players. International cricket is a beast and to learn your cricket out there is a tough ask.”

Law said the tough tour of India is a big learning experience for his young side and irrespective of the final outcome they will only take home positives.

“It’s a young team and they are learning on the job. It is tough to learn in this environment against one of the best teams in the world,” he said.

“They have full of potential and now its up to them whether they really want to work hard or not, play really good cricket, listen to the coaching staff and senior players. Keep developing their game every time.”

Having already lost the series, the West Indies coach said his players will definitely play for pride in the last match of the tour.

“I hate losing. It’s a tough pill to swallow. We haven’t had that much joy in this tour. It’s time for them to dig deep and play for pride and give it everything in the last game. If we play anywhere near to our potential we can beat any team on our day. We need to improve a lot to get to that stage,” Law said.

Law said India’s stand-in-captain Rohit Sharma made all the difference on Tuesday with his whirlwind century.

Rohit was at his brutal best here, smashing an unbeaten 111 off just 61 balls to power India to 195 for two.

“Rohit Sharma can hit any bowler around the park on a given day. He played exceptionally well. He took the game away from us. It’s tough to learn while playing against a player like Rohit Sharma, who can destroy you any day,” he said.

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India vs West Indies 2nd T20I LIVE UPDATES Ekana Stadium Cricket LIVE Score Rohit Sharma


टेस्ट और वनडे सीरीज में दबदबा कायम रखने के बाद टीम इंडिया (India vs West Indies) दूसरे टी20 मैच (2nd T20) में वेस्‍टइंडीज के सामने है. अपने प्रतिद्वंद्वी को उसके पसंदीदा फॉमेट, टी20 के पहले मैच में भी शिकस्त देने वाली वाली भारतीय टीम इस मैच में अपना विजय अभियान जारी रखकर सीरीज पर कब्‍जा करने को लेकर आश्‍वस्‍त है. अगर टीम इंडिया इस मैच में भी जीती तो सीरीज में 2-0 की अजेय बढ़त हासिल कर लेगी. भारत का वेस्टइंडीज के खिलाफ टी-20 में चार मैचों में हार का क्रम रविवार को कोलकाता में टूट गया. वेस्टइंडीज के लिए यह दौरा अब तक अच्छा नहीं रहा है और ऐसे में दूसरे मैच में भी भारत जीत के दावेदार के रूप में मैदान पर उतरेगा.

बता दें कि यह मैच लखनऊ के इकाना स्टेडियम (Ekana Stadium) में खेला जा रहा है. इस स्टेडियम पर 24 साल के इंतजार के बाद पहला अंतरराष्ट्रीय मैच खेला जा रहा है. इससे पहले ही इस स्टेडियम का नाम बदल गया है. अब यह ‘इकाना’ नहीं बल्कि, अटल बिहारी वाजपेयी इंटरनेशनल स्टेडियम (Atal Bihari Vajpayee International Stadium) के नाम से जाना जाएगा. 

50 हजार दर्शकों की क्षमता

स्टेडियम की क्षमता 50 हजार दर्शकों की है और यहां मैदान के हर कोने से दर्शक मैच का भरपूर लुत्फ उठा सकते हैं. इस स्टेडियम में 9 पिच हैं, शानदार ड्रेसिंग रूम है और दूधिया रोशनी का शानदार इंतजाम है.


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INDvsWI: Team India beats West Indies by 5 Wickets in first T20, gets 1-0 lead in series


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We Are Here to Learn From India, Says West Indies Fielding Coach Nic Pothas


“They’re a great team to learn from. We don’t just play against India, we learn from them too. These are great opportunities when you come and play against teams of this quality,” Pothas said on the eve of the fifth and final ODI against India in Thiruvananthapuram.

Asked if they have any special plans to counter Indian captain Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, Pothas said the focus is not just on the in-form duo.

 “Look, if I had special plans, which I do, I’m certainly not going to put them out in the media. But having said that, they’re world-class cricketers. You can’t go without mentioning guys like Shikhar Dhawan. Rayudu is in form. Lots of fantastic players – that’s what you get with such a strong team,” he added.

Trailing 1-2 in the series, he said the young West Indies team is getting better all the time. “It is a very young team. Not just from an international point of view but a volume of 50-over cricket point of view. I think like anything, when you play at this level, whatever sport it might be, it’s always going to come down to execution over a long period of time. Our guys are learning all the time and they’re having to learn at international level, which is never easy. But they’re getting better all the time and importantly they’re open to that learning. We’re very positive,” Pothas said.

He further added that it was important for the team to execute plans over longer periods if they are to beat teams like India and England. “We’ve seen that we can execute for short periods of time. The challenge is always going to be to execute over a 100 overs. If you’re going to beat India or England or Australia, Pakistan, you’ve got to execute for a 100 overs.”

 After being outclassed in the fourth ODI at Mumbai, they are ready to challenge the host in the series decider, the fielding coach said.

 “We probably didn’t execute our plans as well as we had in the previous game. But that’s the nature of playing against a very strong team. It’s fast becoming mental now rather than physical.”

Pothas, a former South African international himself, said the present West Indies team was a good fielding unit.

“We put in a lot of detail of what to do in any of our skills. These guys, the last time I checked, they’re human beings not robots. So we’re going to make errors under pressure. That’s the nature of the game. The thing is to have selective amnesia and come back stronger. I thought we fielded pretty well in the last game.”

Pothas said a tour of India provides one a chance to judge oneself.

 “It’s a possibility. Travelling to India is always a wonderful tour. It’s a great tour to judge yourself as a player and as a coach. It’s a great place to let yourself know where exactly you’re at with your cricket,” he said.

Pothas lavished praise on skipper Jason Holder and said he was one who led by example.

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Video : virat Kohli And Ravindra Jadeja Had An Interesting Ball Chase In The Match Against West Indies


नई दिल्ली: टीम इंडिया के कप्तान विराट कोहली को उनकी फिटनेस के लिए जाना जाता है. कोहली ने मैदान पर खेलते हुए देश को गौरव के कई पल मुहैया कराए हैं. उनकी उपलब्धियों की फेहरिस्त लगातार बढ़ रही है. हाल ही में उन्होंने सबसे तेज 10 हजार रन बनाकर क्रिकेट के ‘भगवान’ सचिन तेंदुलकर का रिकॉर्ड तोड़ा है, लेकिन फिटनेस के मामले में एक खिलाड़ी उनसे कहीं भी पीछे नहीं है. इसका नमूना चौथे वन-डे में देखने को मिला. 

इस खिलाड़ी का नाम है- रवींद्र जडेजा. जडेजा को भारतीय टीम का बेस्ट फील्डर माना जाता है. चौथे वन-डे में एक ऐसा अवसर आया जब कोहली और जडेजा में से अच्छे फील्डर के बीच एक जंग सी देखने को मिली.  वेस्टइंडीज के बल्लेबाज के शॉट को रोकने के लिए कोहली और जडेजा दोनों सीमा की तरफ दौड़ रहे थे, लेकिन जडेजा कोहली को पछाड़ते हुए पहले गेंद तक पहुंचे और गेंद को पीछे आते कोहली की तरफ फेंका.

विराट कोहली ने गेंद स्टंप्स की तरफ फेंकी. यानी रवींद्र जडेजा ने यह रेस कोहली से जीत ली. वैसे ये रेस स्पोर्ट्समैनशिप को भी मजबूत करती दिखाई दी.

इंडियन क्रिकेट टीम के ऑफिशयल फेसबुक पेज से भी इस वीडियो को शेयर किया है. फैन्स विराट और जडेजा के बीच की इस रेस को काफी पसंद करत रहे हैं.

बता दें कि मुंबई में खेले गए चौथे वन-डे में भारत ने विंडीज को 224 रनों से मात दी. भारत की रनों के लिहाज से तीसरी सबसे बड़ी जीत है. भारत के लिए पहले रोहित शर्मा (162) और अंबाती रायडू (100) ने शानदार पारियां खेलते हुए टीम को 50 ओवरों में पांच विकेट के नुकसान पर 377 रनों का विशाल स्कोर दिया था.

इसके बाद भारतीय बल्लेबाजों के बाद गेंदबाज खलील अहमद और कुलदीप यादव ने अपनी गेंदबाजी का कमाल दिखाया और वेस्टइंडीज को 36.2 ओवरों में 153 रनों पर समेट दिया था. 





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