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Windies looking to bounce back in second T20 at Oval today

London, England, CMC – West Indies will hope to salvage something from their short Twenty20 campaign here when they face England in the last encounter of the two-match series on Sunday. Darren’s Sammy's new-look outfit were beaten by 10 wickets in the Friday’s first clash at the Kia Oval.

However, experienced all-rounder Dwayne Smith said the Caribbean side would be looking to hit back to level the series when the second game bowls off at 6:30 pm (1.30 pm Eastern Caribbean time/12.30 pm Jamaica Time).

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Barbados recall Browne for Super50

Bridgetown, Barbados, CMC – Former West Indies wicketkeeper Patrick Browne has been recalled for Barbados’ Super 50 campaign after over a protracted stint in the wilderness. The 29-year-old, who played five One-Day Internationals for West Indies in 2008, was named in a 14-man squad on Friday for the October 18 to 29 showpiece in Guyana.

Brooks stars as Sagicor HPC win big

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, CMC – Sagicor West Indies High Performance Centre easily brushed aside Afghanistan in their Twenty20 clash here Saturday, to win their second straight game on their six-match tour

Playing at the ICC Global Cricket Academy, the HPC rattled up 151 for six off their allotted 20 overs and then dismissed the Afghans for a paltry 95, with 14 balls remaining in the innings. On Friday, the HPC scored a 23-run win over ECB Blues in another T20 encounter at the same venue.

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Batsmen need to capitalize on good starts - Sammy

London, England – The West Indies batsmen failed to capitalise on a good start with and this led to a heavy defeat by ten wickets against England in the first T20 International on Friday.

Windies skipper Darren Sammy acknowledged that his team was outplayed.

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Simmons sweet on TT chances

BANGALORE, India, CMC – Attacking opener Lendl Simmons is backing Trinidad and Tobago to make an impact in the Champions League Twenty20, as they prepare to face powerful Mumbai Indians in their opening match of the tournament on Monday.

T&T breezed through their two-match qualifying series, topping Group B with a perfect record, to reach the main draw.

“I think we can go on very far in the tournament and even win it, once the players work hard,” said Simmons.

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