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Captain predicts progress in Tests

DHAKA, BANGLADESH - As far as progress is concerned in Test cricket, West Indies haven't taken many strides for much of the past decade, though there have been signs of a revival this year.

They have lost to Australia at home and England abroad but they have given more than just a glimpse of a fighting ability.

Sammy - Team more balanced

DHAKA, BANGLADESH - West Indies captain Darren Sammy has said that the current West Indian team is a 'more balanced' side as compared to the side that toured Bangladesh last year.

In a press conference at the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) headquarters in Mirpur yesterday, Sammy stated that his team could excel under any condition.

Mushtaq: Tests a challenge for Narine

Karachi, PAKISTAN - Former Pakistani off spinner Saqlain Mushtaq, who revolutionised the art of off spin and made the doosra a household term, feels that Sunil Narine has been very impressive in the shorter formats and has a bright future ahead of him.

Windies gunning for whitewash

DHAKA, Bangladesh – Captain Darren Sammy says an upbeat West Indies are plotting a whitewash of Bangladesh in the upcoming Test and limited overs series.

West Indies face the hosts in two Tests, five one-dayers and a single Twenty20 in a tour that runs from November 9 to December 10.

WICUA chief lauds development

TORONTO, Canada – West Indies Cricket Umpires’ Association president, Cecil Fletcher has hailed the quality of Caribbean umpires, noting that significant strides have been made in developing the craft.

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