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Colin de Grandhomme ruled out of Test series against West Indies

Wellington/UNI: New Zealand all-rounder Colin de Grandhomme has been ruled out of the Test series against West Indies due to bone bruising in his right foot.

West Indies management unveils new T20I jersey

Christchurch/UNI: Cricket West Indies and the national team has unveiled the new T20I playing jersey ahead of the upcoming three-match T20I series against New Zealand.

Windies Test skipper Jason Holder still in WI' T20I plans: Phil Simmons

Christchurch/UNI: West Indies coach Phil Simmons has said that Test captain Jason Holder, who has had a stellar IPL season so far, is still in consideration for the shortest format despite not being part of the T20I squad for the tour of New Zealand.

Broad takes his 500 wickets in Test as England easing towards series win against Windies 

Manchester/UNI: West Indies were 84/5 at lunch on day 5 of the deciding Test of second innings against England at Old Trafford on Tuesday.

West Indies-England match: Play abandoned due to rain on day 4

Manchester/UNI: The third and the deciding Test between West Indies and England on day 4 was abandoned due to continuous rain without a ball being bowled at Old Trafford on Monday.

Third Test: West Indies in trouble against England on day 2

Manchester/IBNS: West Indies found themselves in deep trouble in the post-tea session against England in the third Test here on Saturday.

Day 2, 3rd Test: Windies bundle out England for 369 before Lunch

Manchester/UNI: West Indies bundled out England for 369 before Lunch in the first innings on day 2 of the decider Test at Old Trafford on Saturday.

Jofra Archer returns to England squad for third Test against West Indies 

London: English pacer Jofra Archer has returned to the national side for the third Test against West Indies, the England and Wales Cricket Board said on Thursday.

Chris Woakes, Broad bowl out Windies for 287, England 2nd innings 37/2 at stumps

Manchester/UNI: England pacers Chris Woakes and Stuart Broad's 3-3 wickets each helped hosts bowled Windies out for a first-innings 287 after Tea on day four of the second Test at Old Tarfford on Sunday.

Second test: West Indies post 118-2 at lunch, trail England by 351 runs

Manchester/UNI: West Indies reached 118/2 at Lunch, trailing England by 351 runs in the second Test of the three match series on Sunday.

England-West Indies Second Test: Day 3 abandoned due to rain

Manchester/UNI: Day 3 of the second Test between England and West Indies has been abandoned with the rain continuing throughout the day.

Second Test: Stokes, Sibley put England on top against Windies on day 1

Manchester/UNI: The gritty unbeaten half-centuries from Dom Sibley (86* off 253 balls) and Ben Stokes (86* off 253 balls) brought back England into the game on Day 1 of the second Test against West Indies on Thursday.

Second Test: Windies win toss, opt to bowl; Broad, Woakes in for England

Manchester/UNI: West Indies captain Jason Holder won the delayed toss and opted to bowl against England in the second Test match of three match series, in overcast conditions at the Old Trafford on Thursday.

England-West Indies Test: Jofra Archer dropped from 2nd Test after breaching COVID-19 protocols

Old Trafford/UNI:  England pacer Jofra Archer was on Thursday dropped from the second Test against the West Indies for breaching the team's COVID-19 bio-secure protocols, England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said.

First Test: West Indies thrash England 4 by wickets, take 1-0 series lead

Southampton/UNI: Riding on a gritty innings by Jermaine Blackwood (95 off 154), West Indies outclassed England by 4 wickets in the first Test match at the Ageas Bowl on Sunday, taking a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.