Latest Cricket News Updates Latest news from (c) en-gb Mon 22 Apr 2024 India Vs West Indies 2nd ODI: Rahane stars with ton in crushing win Ajinkya Rahane registered his third one-day hundred, scoring 103 off 104 balls as India overcame West Indies by 105 runs Stats: Top performers in India-West Indies ODIs Unlike the India-Australia series, the contest between India and West Indies has been a lot more balanced between bat and ball. Dhawan century wraps up Series win for hosts Shikhar Dhawan scored an effortless century eased India to a 5-wicket win in the Third ODI at Kanpur. India have also taken the short 3-match Series 2-1 after chasing down West Indies’ total of 263 with 23 balls to spare. West Indies crushed for a second time in a row by Aussies The West Indies’ slightly better performance gave spectators more value for their money but was still not good enough to prevent Australia going 2-0 up in the five match ODI series. After dangling precariously at 98/6 the hosts fought back, courtesy of a fighting and masterful hundred from George Bailey, to an unanticipated and formidable 266/7. Bangladesh-West Indies First Test heads towards an interesting finish The first Test Match between Bangladesh and West Indies is interestingly poised with all the three results possible on the final day tomorrow. Opening day goes to West Indies courtesy of Powell, Chanderpaul tons West Indies have set up the First Test at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in their favour by piling up 361 for 4 on the opening day’s play. Chris Gayle and Kieran Powell complete centuries to lead WI to 442/6 Led by centuries from Chris Gayle and Kieran Powell the West Indies proceeded to tighten the screws on a hapless New Zealand. At stumps the score was 442, and with Narsingh Deaonarine on 54, accompanied by the aggressive Darren Sammy on 8, the West Indies will be hoping to grow the 91 run lead to well past 200 on the fourth day. Gayle and Powell put West Indies in charge as Narine takes Five It would have been reasonable to assume that after not playing in whites for a year and a half that Chris Gayle would have gradually eased himself into the test game. But anyone who harboured such thoughts would have been taken aback by the way he went out to bat on today's second day at North Sound.