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ICC approves Bishoo

St John’s, Antigua– The West Indies Cricket Board has received confirmation from the International Cricket Council that the Technical Committee has approved the WICB application for Devendra Bishoo to replace the injured Dwayne Bravo in the West Indies World Cup squad.

Bishoo will join the West Indies squad in Dhaka, Bangladesh and is expected to arrive on Wednesday.

The Windies next face Bangladesh on Friday 4th March.

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Hat-trick Roach pilots Windies

NEW DELHI, India, CMC– Kemar Roach snared the Netherlands’ last three wickets to capture a rare World Cup hat-trick in a dramatic finish, firing West Indiesto a crushing 215-run victory over Netherlands on Monday.

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Windies bat first against the Dutch

NEW DELHI, India, CMC – The Netherlands won the toss and chose to field against West Indies in their Group-B match of the World Cup on Monday at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium.

West Indies made one change to their line-up with Nikita Miller replacing the injured Dwayne Bravo, but Netherlands are unchanged. Bravo has been sidelined with a knee injury, and will need four weeks to recover, so he will miss the remainder of the tournament.

Bishoo nominated to replace Bravo

St John’s, Antigua– The West Indies Cricket Board Selection Committee has selected Guyanese leg spinner Devendra Bishoo to join the West Indies World Cup squad.

Pending the approval of the ICC Technical Committee, the 25 year old Bishoo will replace the injured all rounder Dwayne Bravo.

Bishoo was the Player of the Tournament of Caribbean Twenty20 2010 and took another 6 wickets in subsequent edition of the tournament in January last.

The aggressive leggie also took 10 wickets in the WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament last October.

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England and India in amazing tie

Bengaluru, India – England and India played to a dramatic tie in one of the greatest matches in ICC Cricket World Cup history on Sunday. The match, which saw the highest match aggregate in the tournament’s history, ended as England scored 13 runs off the final over to finish on 338-8 off their 50 overs. This was after the hosts were bowled out for 338 off 49.5 overs in front a sold out crowd at the Chinnaswamy Stadium. See full scoreboard at http://cricket.yahoo.com/postmatch-INDvsENG_23162_1

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