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Sammy: There is a good atmosphere

Chittagong, Bangladesh, CMC – Darren Sammy said the West Indies dressing room has been a happier place to be following their two victories over Bangladesh in their One-day International series.

The West Indies captain said on the eve of the final ODI between the two sides on Tuesday at the Chowdhury Stadium.

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Windies aiming for clean sweep of ODI Series

Chittagong, Bangladesh – The West Indies are determined to make a clean sweep of the One-Day International series against Bangladesh with a victory in the third and final match, skipper Darren Sammy said on Monday.

The Windies have already gained an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the series after winning the opening one-dayer by 40 runs and the second by eight wickets in Dhaka last week. A 3-0 series result would see the visitors earning four points in the International Cricket Council's One-Day International rankings.

Rampaul celebrates with award and Windies victory

Chittagong, Bangladesh, CMC – West Indies fast bowler Ravi Rampaul had much to celebrate over the weekend.

It started on Friday with news that he had been voted Trinidad & Tobago’s International Player-of-the-Year and got better when he collected two wickets for 27 runs from 10 overs to help West Indies complete an eight-wicket victory over Bangladesh to seal a rare One-day International series victory on the occasion of his 27th birthday.

Samuels: I'm working harder, playing smarter

Dhaka, Bangladesh, CMC – Exciting stroke-maker Marlon Samuels has pointed to his new found maturity as the reason behind his form, since returning to international cricket.

On Saturday, the right-hander unfurled a high quality, unbeaten 88 to fire West Indies to an impressive eight-wicket win over Bangladesh in the second One-Day International here.

The knock was Samuels’s fourth consecutive score over 50 on the tour to date and he said his new approach to batting was paying dividends.

Samuels, Simmons power Windies to series win

Dhaka, Bangladesh, CMC – Marlon Samuels and Lendl Simmons stroked attractive half-centuries as West Indies beat Bangladesh by eight wickets in the second One-Day International here Saturday, to wrap up the three-match series with one match to play.

Chasing Bangladesh’s moderate 220 all out off 48.5 overs, West Indies were propelled to their target by Samuels’s unbeaten 88 and Simmons’s 80.

The pair posted 111 for the second wicket, after Danza Hyatt (39) and Simmons had laid the platform for the run chase with a measured 71-run opening stand.

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