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Dwayne Bravo - More to come from Darren

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Out-of-favour West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has warned of more runs to come from his younger brother Darren Bravo.

The emerging batting star has scored nearly 1 000 runs already in the last 12 months, including three centuries, and has come to fore in the ongoing three-Test series against India.

“He will bat and bat and bat. He does not bowl, all he likes to do is bat,” said Dwayne.

Windies deny Sachin, now lead by 189

Mumbai, India   Sachin Tendulkar fell agonisingly short of his 100th international century once again before off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin lifted India’s spirits with his maiden Test ton on the fourth day of the third Test against West Indies on Friday.

India finally reached 482 all out in reply to West Indies' 590 and left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha sent back Adrian Barath (3) and Kirk Edwards (17) early to raise India's hopes of an unlikely victory,

Rampaul stops Sachin 6 short

Mumbai, India -- Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar fell short of his 100th international century once again on Friday after being dismissed for 94 on the fourth morning of the third and final Test against West Indies.

The 38-year-old, unbeaten on 67 overnight, hit three boundaries and a six in the session and looked set to secure the coveted ton that has eluded him since he last made three figures in the ICC Cricket World Cup in April.

Windies plan to "break Indian hearts"

Mumbai, India, Nov 24, CMC - West Indies captain Darren Sammy intends to make Indian batting great Sachin Tendulkar fight for his 100th International century with two days remaining in the third and final Test.

Tendulkar was unbeaten on 67 as India made a strong reply to reach 281 for three at the close on the third day after West Indies had amassed 590 all out in their first innings.

India reply strong to WI's 590

Mumbai, India, CMC – India batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar hit an unbeaten half-century to remain on course for a 100th International century as batsmen again enjoyed the pitch at the Wankhede Stadium on the third day of the third and final Test against West Indies on Thursday.

Responding to West Indies’ mammoth first innings total of 590, India closed on 281-3 with the 38-year-old Tendulkar on 67 not out and strongly favoured to record his 52nd century in his 184th Test. He has 48 hundreds in 453 One-Day Internationals.

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