The Windies came agonizingly close to clinching a win against the Kiwis but they fell short by a few yards at the end. Craig Brathwaite was in amazing touch as he hit his maiden hundred but the effort went in vain. England
Windies all-rounder Andre Russell has been ruled out of the clash against New Zealand. The latest development has been confirmed by skipper Jason Holder. Russell looked to be in trouble and struggled to move in the field, during their match against Bangladesh.
We are just moments away from the start of the opening World Cup clash between hosts England and dark horses South Africa. England and India will be the favourites of the showpiece event, to begin with, but there are certain teams who
Universal Boss Chris Gale has stated that the opposition bowlers are still scared of him but he admitted the fact that it is no longer as easy playing against his young guns as it used to be a few years ago. The
Former Windies World Cup winning skipper Clive Llyod is of the opinion that the all-rounders will play a vital role in the upcoming showpiece event which is slated to be played in England and Wales from 30th May. Most of the pitches
Popularly known as the Universal Boss, Chris Gayle is all set to appear in his 5th and final World Cup. He has derived a process for himself to remain fit even at the age of 39. His routine has kept him away
In a heartwarming gesture, Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Mumbai Indians (MI) had decided to look after their bowler Alzarri Joseph, who could turn up in just three matches for the three-time IPL champions. On his debut in the IPL 2019, Joseph
Windies stalwart Seymour Nurse has breathed his last at the Queen’s Elizabeth Hospital in Barbados on Tuesday (May 7). The former cricketer was suffering from a longtime illness. In 1960, after making his Test debut against England, Nurse further found a mention
Windies openers Shai Hope and John Campbell scripted history on Sunday after they broke the all-time opening partnership record in the 50 overs format of the game. The duo of Shai Hope and Campbell achieved the feat during the 1st ODI of
Team India was expected to tour the Windies immediately after the conclusion of the 2019 ICC World Cup. However, as per the request of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the tour has been postponed by a couple of weeks.