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Rain washes out third ODI

LEEDS, England – Persistent rain washed out the third and final One-day International between England and West Indies on Friday.

Not a ball was bowled at Headingley, as the wet weather ensured that the covers remained on the playing area.

Gibson avoiding clean sweep

Leeds, England – Ottis Gibson said West Indies will be keen to avoid a clean sweep, when they face England in the final match of their series of three One-day Internationals on Friday at Headingley-Carnegie here.

Barath says WI batsmen still learning

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - West Indies opener Adrian Barath says he learned a lot from his recent Test series in England despite a lack of form with the bat.

Barath managed just 114 runs in five innings at an average of 22.80 during the three-Test series, including a high score of 42 runs.

Bravo: Windies must avoid clean sweep

LONDON, England – Vice-captain Dwayne Bravo says West Indies’ sole objective will be avoiding a clean sweep after the Caribbean side conceded the three-match One-Day International series with a second straight defeat here Tuesday.

Bravo, Gayle fail to fire WI

LONDON – Typically breath-taking batting from Dwayne Bravo and Chris Gayle failed to inspire West Indies, and Alastair Cook upstaged them with his fifth One-day International hundred, leading England to an eight-wicket victory in the second ODI on Tuesday.

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