Former Windies fast bowler Curtly Ambrose who used to torment top notch batsmen during his heydays has shown his interest in joining the English camp as the position is all set to go vacant once the current bowling coach Ottis Gibson departs.
Ahead of the three-match Test series against England, the Windies burly fast bowler Shannon Gabriel is facing a major issue with his front foot, as he bowled as many as 20 no-balls against Tony Palladino-led Derbyshire in the three-day practice game at
Versatile top-order batsman and Test team deputy of Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane revealed he had no issues personally whatsoever while taking the field as a twelfth man, in the recently concluded 2017 ICC Champions Trophy in England and Wales. (Read Here: Winning The
Stuart Law, Windies head coach, has rued his team’s bowling performance after the hosts suffered a 105-run defeat in the second One-Day International against India on Sunday (June 25). Jason Holder’s decision to bowl first never looked right, as the Indian batsmen
Asghar Stanikzai-led Afghanistan side has shown a remarkable promise in cricket and is optimistic to earn the Test status, in order to make their country proud which has been torn by war in the recent past. The Chairman of Afghanistan Cricket Board
Young fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah, who is currently participating in the eight edition of 2017 ICC Champions Trophy, has revealed he’s fit and there are no issues with his body, but the team management has advised him to the much-needed take rest,
WINDIES are known to create more explosive batsman for the limited-overs of the game. But, Roston Chase is different. Chase got his maiden Test call-up for the series against India in 2016 and in only his 2nd Test returned with figures of
In the latest development, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), on Thursday, has made a significant announcement while stating they have named the national team as the WINDIES under the fresh programme of rebranding while celebrating its 91st year in the field