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Pollard's century can't save Windies

Sydney, Australia – Kieron Pollard hit a brilliant unbeaten century to haul West Indies almost single-handedly to 220 all out but they lost for the fourth time on tour as Australia took a 4-0 lead in the five-match series with 31 balls to spare on Friday night.

Men bat; Women field

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - West Indies Men won the toss in the 4th One Day International against Australia being played in Sydney and elected to bat first. Chris Gayle failed a late fitness test and was replaced by Johnson Charles. Narsingh Deonarine also made the Starting XI.

Gibson hoping to have Gayle fit

Sydney, Australia – Big-hitting West Indies opener Chris Gayle will be given as much time as possible to prove his fitness for Friday’s One-Day International against Australia after suffering a side strain.

Australia also has an injury concern going into the SCG clash, with in-form batsman George Bailey suffering some hamstring tightness.

Western Australian captain Adam Voges was added to the squad as cover and pulled out of the final day of the Warriors’ Shield game against Queensland in Brisbane.

Pollard catch a YouTube hit!

Sydney, Australia – Kieron Pollard’s regarded as one of the most devastating hitters in world cricket. But it was in the field where the athletic West Indian pulled out a play that will go down as one of the all-time greats seen in the history of the game.

Pollard’s amazing mid-air, one-handed catch to get rid of Glenn Maxwell on the Manuka Oval boundary, while somehow keeping his feet from touching the rope, had to be seen to be believed.

No major damage, Gayle to do test

 

CANBERRA, Australia, CMC - A scan has revealed no major damage to West Indies opening batsman Chris Gayle who sustained a thigh injury during the third One Day International against Australia Wednesday.

West Indies Media Manager Philip Spooner says a game time decision will be made on Gayle’s ability to play in Friday’s ODI against Australia.

The big hitting opener is being given as much time as possible to prove his fitness before game four of a five-match series which Australia leads 3-0.

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