West Indies legend Christopher Gayle said it means a lot to have been recognized by the University of the West Indies for his contributions to cricket.

Windies middle order batsman Marlon Samuels was excluded from the 13-man squad named to play Bangladesh in the upcoming ODI matches because of injury. The veteran batsman, who is recovering from a knee injury, is currently undergoing rehabilitation.

Andre Russell and Chris Gayle have been selected to bolster the Windies squad to face Bangladesh team in the first three One Day Internationals that are the start of the regional team’s build-up to the 2019 ICC World Cup.

West Indies sealed a series victory in the second Test against Bangladesh despite a second-innings collapse on a day where 19 wickets fell. 

Jason Holder helped West Indies recover from a difficult morning session to maintain control of the second Test after bowling out Bangladesh for 149. 

Kraigg Brathwaite's century kept West Indies on track on the first day of the second Test against Bangladesh.

If the Windies thought they were in for a walkover against Bangladesh in their second Test at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica, the first session of the first day might just have caused them to rethink that. 

Jason Holder knows Bangladesh will be determined to bounce back from their miserable showing in Antigua in the second Test, but he remains confident West Indies can seal a series whitewash.

Injured Windies fast bowler Kemar Roach has been replaced by upcoming talent Alzarri Joseph for the second Test against Bangladesh at Sabina Park in Kingston starting on Thursday.

Bangladesh opener Tamil Iqbal claims the team was just as shocked as bemused onlooker when they meekly capitulated for 43 in the first innings of the first Test against Windies last week.

While Windies skipper Jason Holder is happy with the all-round performance of the Caribbean side after it pulled off the fifth biggest Test win in history against Bangladesh earlier this week, he is still warning his charges about the importance of staying consistent. 

Shannon Gabriel claimed a five-wicket haul as West Indies thrashed Bangladesh by an innings and 219 runs on day three of the first Test in Antigua. 

Bangladesh collapsed for the second time in as many days to be left on the brink of a heavy defeat to West Indies in the first Test. 

Kemar Roach's sensational spell put West Indies in total control against Bangladesh as the hosts dominated an eventful opening day to the first Test of the series. 

The trouble good pace bowling would give to Bangladeshi batsmen in their two-game ICC Test Championship outings against the Windies came to the fore in 18.4 overs this morning, as the Windies ran through the innings like a hot knife through butter at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. 

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