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Holders defiant century earns West Indies draw
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From Twitter: Reactions to Kieron Pollard's bizarre plastered ...

Bengaluru, April 19: This could be the first time on a cricket field what Mumbai Indians ' (MI) West Indian all-rounder Kieron Pollard did during their Indian Premier League 2015 (IPL 8) match against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) here tonight. ... Oneindia, 1 hour ago
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'There can never be a backup for Narine'

West Indies off-spinner Sunil Narine got the full backing of his Kolkata Knight Riders captain Gautam Gambhir who termed him as an asset and said there cabe no back-up for the mystery bowler. Narine got a clean chit for his suspect action two days ...
 MSN News US1 week ago Hazlewood opts out of IPL  NetIndia123.com1 week ago Josh Hazlewood to miss IPL 2015 due to fear of fatigue  Yahoo! India1 week ago Mumbai Indians' Josh Hazlewood opts out of IPL  India Today1 week ago
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Ganguly in right place at right time

By Veturi Srivatsa New Delhi, April 17 (IANS): India's first cricket captain to win back-to-back series in the West Indies and England, Ajit Wadekar was called lucky. Sourav Ganguly, the other captain who gave the team confidence of winning ...
 Daijiworldcom2 days ago Ganguly in the right place at the right time  MSN India2 days ago Sourav Ganguly in right place at right time for Indian cricket  Times of India2 days ago Ganguly in the right place  MSN News US1 day ago
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President of India congratulates Indian Cricket team for victory against West Indies in ICC World Cup, 2015

President of India congratulates Indian Cricket team for victory against West Indies in ICC World Cup, 2015 The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee has congratulated the Indian Cricket team for victory against West Indies in today’s match of the ICC ...
 PIB1 month ago Pakistan captain's money is on India against Australia  Rediff.com4 weeks ago Player of the day: Rohit rocks MCG to the beat of his bat  Rediff.com1 month ago Three Indians in Lara's WC XI  MSN India2 weeks ago
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Brendon McCullum must lead New Zealand in all three formats, says Stephen Fleming

Since last year, New Zealand at home have won test series against India, West Indies and Sri Lanka and dazzled in 50-overs and breezed into their maiden World Cup final at Melbourne.
 DNA2 weeks ago New Zealand need McCullum at helm to keep winning - Fleming  Jagran Post2 weeks ago New Zealand turn their attention to knockout rounds  Rediff.com1 month ago
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World Cup 2015: Game against the West Indies was just the wake-up call India needed

As things stand, India are making it through because the combination is working – when one batsman fails, another steps up; the bowlers are hunting as a pack too. The post World Cup 2015: Game against the West Indies was just the wake-up call India needed ...
 First Post.com1 month ago World Cup 2015: Game against West Indies was just the wake-up call India needed  First Post.com1 month ago World Cup: Game against West Indies was just the wake-up call India needed  First Post.com1 month ago
India Today

World Cup: India aim to extend winning streak against West Indies

The India versus West Indies clash has all the ingredients of a cracker but the Caribbeans have never really performed well against India since 1992 in Wellington, when they last won the contest at the global event. On paper as well as on current form, West ...
 India Today1 month ago
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Fit-again Shami available for West Indies match

Fast bowler Mohammed Shami has apparently recovered from his knee injury and is available for India's next ICC World Cup league match against West Indies on March 6.Shami was rested for India's previous match against United Arab Emirates as a precautionary measure but the Bengal pacer took part in the training activity at the Murdoch University Oval Sports Complex ground, in Perth, on Tuesday. - The World Cup, as never before on Rediff.com - VOTE: Who will win the 2015 World Cup? - ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago WC 2015: Mohammad Shami fit for West Indies clash  One India1 month ago Shami fit for West Indies clash  MSN India1 month ago
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Johnson Charles to replace the injured Darren Bravo for West Indies at the World Cup

West Indies name replacement for Darren Bravo ahead of India clash
 Sportskeeda.com1 month ago West Indies lose Bravo for rest of World Cup  Rediff.com1 month ago

CRICKET-WICB-Abandoned tour on the agenda in WICB, CARICOM meeting

ST. JOHNS, Antigua, Apr 17, CMC Last year's controversial abandoned tour of India will be on the agenda when the West Indies Cricket Board meets with CARICOM's Committee on Cricket Governance next Monday
 Caribbean News Agency1 day ago Quick Singles: Abandoned India tour on WICB agenda  Pune Mirror19 hours ago Abandoned India tour on agenda in WICB meeting  Daily Times19 hours ago West Indies' Abandoned India Tour on Agenda in WICB, CARICOM Meeting  NDTV1 day ago
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