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West Indies' limited-overs stars could be back in the ODI team if the WICB considers a proposal to revisit the eligibility criterion for selection
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NEW DELHI, May 17 (Reuters) - India will embark on a limited-overs tour of West Indies next month, soon after the Champions Trophy, their cricket boards have announced.
India will tour the West Indies for five ODIs and one T20 international in June and July, with the trip beginning almost immediately after the Champions Trophy final in England.
Grammy-winning 1980s rocker Bryan Adams presides over an impressive international real estate portfolio that includes Point Lookout, a postcard-perfect Caribbean hideaway on the ultra-exclusive and teeny-tiny West Indies island of Mustique that he leases out as a high-end vacation rental. Show More Summary
West Indies allrounder Roston Chase praised his team's efforts in the series and called his fighting century on the final day against Pakistan the "toughest" of his career
Retiring Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq spoke to his fans one final time after the series win over West Indies before signing off for good from international cricket
May 14 (Reuters) - Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq will retire on a winning note after Pakistan clinched their first ever series win in the Caribbean when they beat West Indies in a thrilling finish to the third test in Dominica on Sunday.
May 14 (Gracenote) - Scoreboard at lunch on the fifth day in the third and final Test between West Indies and Pakistan on Sunday in Roseau, Dominica Pakistan 1st innings 376 (A. Ali 127, Misbah-ul-Haq 59, B. Azam 55, S. Ahmed 51; R. Chase 4-103) West Indies 1st innings 247 (R. Chase 69; M. Abbas 5-46) Pakistan 2nd innings 174 for 8 decl West Indie
Pakistan took three more determined strides towards a famous series win in the Caribbean on the final morning, dismissing Kraigg Brathwaite, Shimron Hetmyer and Shai Hope, and exposing the hosts' middle order
White puffs of gun smoke over a turquoise sea followed by the boom of cannon rose from an unassuming fort on the diminutive Dutch island of St. Eustatius in the West Indies on November 16, 1776. The guns of Fort Orange on St. Eustatius...Show More Summary
May 13 (Reuters) - Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq are poised to end their storied careers on a winning note after Pakistan played their way into a strong position on day four of the third test against West Indies on Saturday.
On a morning that yielded seven wickets, Pakistan took hold of the Roseau Test against West Indies
The West Indies allrounder said he did not want to rush back to competitive cricket without regaining full fitness
May 12 (Reuters) - West Indies' Roston Chase retired hurt as the hosts crawled to 218 for five against Pakistan in their first innings on day three of the third and final test in Dominica on Friday.
May 11 (Reuters) - Pakistan opener Azhar Ali made his second century of the series as they batted into a strong position on the second day of the third test against West Indies in Dominica on Thursday.
Five miles north of Grenada in the West Indies, a volcano is buried 591 feet below the water's surface in the Caribbean Sea. Unknown until 1939, when it shot steam and debris some 900 feet up into the air, Kick 'Em Jenny is an active...Show More Summary
With only 58 runs scored in 30 overs, Pakistan continued to build their total against West Indies
May 10 (Reuters) - Opener Azhar Ali was unbeaten on 85 as Pakistan crawled to 169 for two on a rain-affected first day of the series-deciding third test against West Indies in Dominica on Wednesday.