Cricket News sort by India tour of West Indies 2016

With the third day of the St Lucia Test being washed out completely, a draw seemed to be a rather imperative result

In spite of the fact that Ravichandran Ashwin and Wriddhiman Saha hit hundreds on day two of the St Lucia Test, India did not find themselves in a position of dominance.

West Indies continued their impressive comeback in the series by restricting India to 234 for 5 at the end of day one at St Lucia. Having won the toss, and put the opposition in, West Indies had India in all sorts of strife at 126 for 5.

Rather surprised by West Indies’ domination on day five of the rain hit Test at Kingston, Jamaica, India will be keen to stage a fightback when the third Test begins at Gros Islet on Tuesday

Going into the last two days of the Jamaica Test, it seemed only rain could save West Indies

Unless weather intervened on the last day, India were expected to run through the West Indies line-up in the Kingston Test at Jamaica

India's worst nightmares came true as 'Earl', the tropical storm hitting Kingston, ate away most of the fourth day's play.

The third day of the second Test at Kingston, Jamaica was marred by rain, but not before India played themselves into a position from where they cannot lose the Test. Ajinkya Rahane, who has been the most consistent batsman for India over the last couple of seasons,

India consolidated their position on day two of the second Test, at Kingston, Jamaica, courtesy a hundred by opener Lokesh Rahul. The batsman, who resumed at the overnight score of 75 not out, doubled his score and eventually finished on a career-best 158