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Skipper expects better in Dhaka Test

Chittagong, Bangladesh, CMC – West Indies captain Darren Sammy says he is hoping for a better showing from his batsmen when his side faces Bangladesh in the second Test starting in Dhaka on Saturday.

The Caribbean side gave a modest display in the first innings of the first Test in Chittagong, dismissed for 244 in response to the hosts’ 350 for nine declared in the drawn match at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.

Guyana bat in 1st Super50 semi

PROVIDENCE, Guyana, CMC – Guyana won the toss and chose to bat in the first semi-final of the Regional Super50 Tournament against Trinidad & Tobago on Wednesday at the Guyana National Stadium here.

Sammy and Sunny shine as test ends in draw

Chittagong, Bangladesh - The rain-affected first Test match between Bangladesh and West Indies ended in a draw on Tuesday.

The Windies were set a victory target of 226 off a minimum of 37 overs and they closed on 100-2 when the two captains agreed a draw, with 15 overs remaining. Two days of play were lost because of rain and a damp outfield at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdury Stadium.

In the first half of the final day debutant left-arm spinner Elias Sunny took 6-94 in the West Indies first innings that helped dismiss the tourists for 244.

Baugh scores 1st 5-fer

Chittagong, Bangladesh — West Indies wicket-keeper Carlton Baugh had his best day behind the stumps on Monday and is looking to have his best day in front the stumps when the first Test resumes on Tuesday.

The 29-year-old completed five dismissals for the first time in his Test career during the Bangladesh first innings of 350-9 declared at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdury Stadium. He held four catches and completed a stumping as play in the rain-affected first Test resumed after two days were lost to the inclement weather.

Sunny shines as Windies bat towards safety

Chittagong, Bangladesh - Bangladesh left-arm spinner Elias Sunny claimed four wickets on his debut but could not stop West Indies from moving towards safety in the rain-hit first Test against Bangladesh on Monday.

West Indies reached 144-5 at the close on the fourth day in reply to Bangladesh’s 350-9 declared in their first innings after rain and a damp outfield caused a cancellation of more than two days of play at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdury Stadium.

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