The hosts England were fighting patiently on the crucial fourth day of the Southampton Test against West Indies, but the Caribbean bowlers ended the day with the big smile. After starting the penultimate day of this opening game of the three-match Test
Indian Test batsman Hanuma Vihari reckons that patience is key to success while facing West Indies fast bowler Shannon Gabriel. The lanky pacer took four wickets in the first innings of the ongoing Test match at Ageas Bowl, Southampton against England. Gabriel
Former England cricketer Darren Gough, who has played 159 ODIs and 58 Tests, is shocked with England’s decision to drop the experienced pacer Stuart Broad in the first Test match against West Indies, which is being played in Southampton. Apart from Stuart
While West Indies are ready to restart the international cricket with the Southampton Test against the hosts England, the legendary Caribbean cricketer Brian Lara opens up his feeling how the present West Indies team can achieve success in Test cricket. International cricket
West Indies cricketer Shannon Gabriel was, last year, was engaged in an infamous banter with England’s Test captain Joe Root. He doesn’t want to reminisce that episode of his cricket career as he is set to play the Test series against England
Windies pacer Shannon Gabriel has finally revealed the details of his exchange with England skipper Joe Root that has seen him being slapped with a four-ODI ban. Gabriel had an animated and heated exchange with Root on day three of the third Test
The ICC, on Wednesday, suspended Windies pacer Shannon Gabriel for the first four one-day internationals against England after his comment made to England’s Joe Root. Gabriel had an animated and heated exchange with Root on day three of the third Test in
Bangladesh ended their Day 1 of the first Test match by posting a decent total of 315 runs with the loss of eight wickets against Windies at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong. However, both the teams are scheduled to play a two-match Test series.
The Story West Indies Test side is currently in a transition. The young players are on the lookout for the crafty knocks that would define them in the future while the senior players are slowly correcting the dispute with the Windows board.
Fortunes favour the brave and Ben Stokes would certainly with it, as he rode his luck to score his sixth Test century and guide England to a respectable total in the first innings of the second Test at Headingley. The England star