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TOSS - India bowl in the 1st ODI

Cuttack, India - The West Indies were sent in by India in the 1st One Day International at the Barabati Stadium.

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Both teams are fielding relatively young teams as a number of key players on both teams are missing. For India, Parthiv Patel will open with Sehwag, while Aaron, Yadav and Vinay Kumar are the seamers.

Captains unveil ODI trophy

Cuttack, India -- The trophy for the five-match One-Day Series between India and the West Indies was unveiled on Monday at a glittering ceremony.

The trophy was unveiled in the presence of India’s captain Virender Sehwag and his West Indies skipper Darren Sammy ahead of the opening match, scheduled to be played at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack on Tuesday.

This will be followed by matches in Visakhapatnam (December 2), Ahmedabad (December 5), Indore (December 8) and Chennai (December 11).

ODI Series is time to shine

Cuttack, India -- West Indies skipper Darren Sammy has backed his young team to deliver in all departments when they face India in the upcoming One-Day series, which bowls off on Tuesday.

Speaking on Monday ahead of the first match, the allrounder said the young players will get their chance to impress and perform on the international stage.

The opening match will be at the Barbati Stadium in Cuttack followed by games in Visakhapatnam (December 2), Ahmedabad (December 5), Indore (December 8) and Chennai (December 11).

Pravenn Kumar to miss ODIs

Cuttack, India - India pacer Praveen Kumar has been ruled out of the first three One-Day Internationals (ODIs) against West Indies because of a chest injury.

Abhimanyu Mithun, 22, will replace him in the squad for the opening three games, India’s cricket board said in a statement on Monday.

Cuttack hosts the first match on Tuesday followed by games in Visakhapatnam (December 2), Ahmedabad (December 5), Indore (December 8) and Chennai (December 11).

Bravo up 14 spots in rankings

Mumbai, India -- West Indies batsman Darren Bravo has moved up 14 places in the ICC Player Rankings for Test batsmen following the third and final Test against India at the Wankhede Stadium.

The 22-year-old Trinidad & Tobago left-hander now sits just outside the top 20 in 21st position, thanks to his knocks of 166 and 48 in the match, which ended in a thrilling draw on Saturday.

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