Roston Chase stood on an unbeaten 98 as the Windies closed day 1 at 295 for 7.

Cricket analyst Fazeer Mohammad talks about the possibility of a better showing in Hyderabad for the West Indies.

Windies skipper Jason Holder has hailed the professionalism brought to the team by resigning head coach Stuart Law.

Captain Stafanie Taylor says captaining the West Indies in the ICC Women’s World T20 2018 is both a huge honour and a massive challenge but it will great feeling to lead the team at home.

Windies skipper Jason Holder is confident star batsman Chris Gayle will be a part of the team for the 2019 World Cup once he is fit and ready.

Former Indian spinner Murali Karthik has called for star batsman Virat Kohli to be rested for the second Test against the Windies as the series has not proven to be anywhere close to competitive.

A quick-fire half century from Nicholas Pooran led the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force to a two-wicket win over Canada in the CWI Regional Super50 Cup in Port of Spain on Sunday.

Windies star batsman Chris Gayle insists he has plenty left in the tank but believes the time is right to give consideration to life after cricket.

The West Indies have collapsed to a shocking 94 for 6 in pursuit of India's massive 649 for 9 declared.

Discarded India offspinner Harbhajan Singh has drawn plenty of heat following savage criticism of the visiting West Indies team after the first two days of the ongoing Test.

Windies captain Jason Holder claims he is confident the team has the quality to push world number one ranked India in the upcoming Test series.

Windies coach Stuart Law insists the team will not be lulled into a sense of false security by the recent poor performance of world number one ranked India in the recent Test series against England.

Pace bowler Kemar Roach will miss the start of the Test series against India after flying back to Barbados last week, following the death of his grandmother.

The Windies are up against it against India, despite the team being thrashed by England 4-1 recently and despite the side fielding a weaker unit. So says cricket commentator and analyst Fazeer Mohammed.

Sunil Ambris had an inauspicious start to life as a Test cricketer, getting out hit wicket on two occasions before breaking his arm during a third at bat. Since then, he has returned with a bang, scoring runs for the Windies A, as well as a century against an Indian Board Presidents XI. Have his performances been good enough to give him a place in the Windies' starting XI.

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