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Simmons ready to make most of Test recall

Chittagong, Bangladesh — West Indies opener Lendl Simmons is looking to take his good form from the just concluded One-Day Series into the upcoming Test Series against Bangladesh and cement a spot at the top of the batting order.

The 26-year-old has been drafted into the Test squad as a replacement for Adrian Barath, who has not recovered from a hamstring injury. Simmons batted brilliantly in the One-Day Series, which the Windies won 2-1. He had scores of 102 and 80 – won the Man-of-the-Match award in the first game – and ended as the leading run-maker.

Windies to play India ODIs under lights

MUMBAI, India, IANS-CMC – All five One-Day Internationals between West Indies and India starting next month will be day-night affairs, the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) announced Tuesday.

This was confirmed by BCCI secretary Sanjay Jagdale.

West Indies will open the series in Cuttack on November 29 before traveling to Vishakhapatnam for the second ODI four days later.

The remaining matches will be played in Ahmedabad (December 5), Indore (December 8) and Chennai (December 11).

Decisions following WICB Board meeting

Gros Islet, St Lucia – The Board of Directors of the West Indies Cricket Board met in St Lucia over the weekend and took a number of decisions pertaining to functioning of West Indies cricket. Following are highlights of  some of the decisions taken and reports presented.

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Simmons replaces injured Barath

 

Chittagong, Bangladesh – The West Indies Cricket Board today announced that right-handed opener Lendl Simmons will replace fellow right-hander Adrian Barath in the squad for the Test Series in Bangladesh.

Windies lose final ODI, take series 2-1

Chittagong, Bangladesh, CMC – West Indies were beaten by Bangladesh in the third One-Day International here Tuesday after they were dismissed for 61.

West Indies however took the series 2-1 following convincing wins by 40 runs and eight wickets in Dhaka last week.

Sent in on a difficult wicket, the Windies plunged from a position of 33 for one in the 11th over, losing their last nine wickets for 28 runs in the space of 67 balls at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.

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