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Pollard pulls it off for WI in 2nd ODI

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent – To the delight of a capacity crowd, Kieron Pollard curbed his natural instincts, gathering 47 not out to anchor West Indies to a series-levelling, five-wicket victory over Australia in the second One-day International on Sunday.

PREVIEW: Samuels wants to spark revival

Kingstown, St Vincent -- West Indies will be looking for a much improved batting display when they face Australia in the second Digicel One-Day International on Sunday at the Arnos Vale Cricket Ground.

The Windies had a productive net session at the picturesque ground on Saturday morning and will be looking to correct the batting mistakes from Friday, when the second match bowls off at 9.30 am on Sunday (8.30 am Jamaica Time).

Sammy: Bowling good, batting bad

Kingstown, St Vincent — West Indies went down to Australia by 64 runs in a low-scoring match to start the Digicel One-Day International Series at Arnos Vale Cricket Ground on Friday.

Batting second, West Indies were bowled out for just 140 off 32.2 overs as the Aussies went 1-0 up in the five-match rubber. Captain Darren Sammy admitted afterwards: “we bowled extremely well and were good in the field, but completely lost it in the batting.”

Watson: Full marks to Doherty

Kingstown, St Vincent -- Left-arm spinner Xavier Doherty will take the plaudits for his fine spell of controlled slow bowling, coming back well after being hit for three sixes in his first over by Marlon Samuels, as Australia won the first Digicel One-Day International on Friday.

Windies lose first Digicel ODI

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent – Marlon Samuels, Dwayne Bravo and captain Darren Sammy played fighting knocks, but failed to spark the West Indies batting, and Australia won the first Digicel One-day International by 64 runs on Friday.

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