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Bravo, Gayle fail to fire WI

LONDON – Typically breath-taking batting from Dwayne Bravo and Chris Gayle failed to inspire West Indies, and Alastair Cook upstaged them with his fifth One-day International hundred, leading England to an eight-wicket victory in the second ODI on Tuesday.

Bravo: Make things happen

London – Dwayne Bravo said he fancied West Indies chances of winning the second One-day International against England tomorrow at the Kia Oval here.

The Windies vice-captain said it was important that the visitors executed their plans well and seek to draw level in the series.

Injury ends Darren Bravo's tour

Darren Bravo, the West Indies' batsman, has returned home following the groin strain which he picked up during the first one-day international.

Meanwhile, there remain doubts over the fitness of Chris Gayle, who has been sent for a scan on his foot injury, along with Andre Russell who also missed training at The Oval.

Smith seeks to prove himself

SOUTHAMPTON, England – Dwayne Smith said he would use every opportunity to prove himself and secure a steady place in the West Indies team.

The Windies all-rounder said he relished the chance of opening the batting for the Caribbean side in the first One-day International against England on Saturday here.

WI fail to ring England's bell

SOUTHAMPTON, England – A typically, stroke-filled 56 from Dwayne Smith failed to upstage Ian Bell’s second One-day International hundred, as West Indies stumbled to a 114-run defeat under the Duckworth-Lewis Method in the weather-affected first ODI on Saturday here.

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