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V.V.S seeks momentum in upcoming series

Delhi, India, CMC – V.V.S. Laxman said India’s three-Test series is the beginning of their campaign to regain the World Number1 status.

The Indian batting stylist was speaking before he headed to Delhi for the first Test of the series, starting on Sunday. First ball is 9.30 am (12 midnight Eastern Caribbean Time/11 pm Saturday Jamaica Time).

Windies full of confidence

New Delhi, India, CMC/IANS – West Indies arrived here on Thursday for their series of three Tests and five One-day Internationals against India.

Led by Darren Sammy, West Indies are on a high after their rare series win on foreign soil, albeit against Bangladesh. They beat the Bangladeshis 2-1 in the ODI series and 1-0 in the two-Test series.

“We set out to achieve this goal and we believe as we team we did something special for West Indies cricket,” said Sammy.

Hunte praises Windies

St John’s Antigua - President of the West Indies Cricket Board Dr Julian Hunte is extremely pleased with the recent excellent showing by the West Indies team as they won both the Test and One-Day Series against Bangladesh.

Dr Hunte praised the team for their 2-1 win in the ODIs and the 1-0 triumph in the two-match Test rubber. The Windies ended the Test Series on Wednesday with a massive 229-run win. Dr Hunte also lauded several young players who he said “stepped forward manfully” to make “sterling contributions” to the side’s successful overseas trip.

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Windies on upward curve - Lloyd

St John’s, Antigua - The former legendary captain of the all-conquering West Indies team, Clive Lloyd says that he is convinced that West Indies cricket is on the upward curve.

“I have seen the signs, I am seeing the ‘green shoots’ in players like Kirk Edwards and Andre Russell who have come on to the scene and done well and shown that they are quality players who can compete against any team around the world,” Lloyd observed.

He said that he can see a core of about 15 to 20 young players who he believes has the quality to take West Indies cricket forward.

Windies take series in style

Dhaka, Bangladesh -- Leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo grabbed 5-90 as the West Indies trounced Bangladesh by 229 runs in the second and final Test match at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium on Wednesday to wrap up the series 1-0.

Bangladesh, who were set an improbable victory target of 508 runs, were shot out for 278 soon after lunch on the fifth day. Bishoo, who turns 26 on Sunday, returned with career-best figures in only his seventh Test. He ended with match figures of 8-152 and now has 32 wickets in seven Test matches since his debut in May.

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