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Shane Watson made 62 from 33 balls in Australia's eight-wicket thrashing of West Indies in the second Twenty20 in Sydney
Shane Watson made 62 from 33 balls in Australia's eight-wicket thrashing of West Indies in the second Twenty20 in Sydney © Getty Images
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A blessing that it's all over

West Indies' debacle in the ODIs in Australia reflected a general problem of attitude - a common factor in their desperate decline over the years. By Tony Cozier

    'Pietersen doesn't want to adapt'

Bowl at Boycs: The crisis in SA cricket, Pakistan players in the IPL, and why Ponting needs to be circumspect while playing the pull

    Harris' record, and Haddin's near miss

Ask Steven: Most consecutive five-fors, quickest to 100 dismissals, victories by extras, and biggest stands by lefties

Windies encourage optimism

Tony Cozier: Doubters certainly remain, but a spirited transformation has encouraged optimism everywhere for the resurgence of Caribbean cricket

West Indies' positive energy

The difference between the West Indies' performance in Brisbane and those in Adelaide and Perth was surely not by coincidence. By Tony Cozier

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Statistics

The Frank Worrell Trophy, 2009/10 (West Indies in Australia Tests)

West Indies in Australia ODI Series, 2009/10

West Indies in Australia T20I Series, 2009/10

West Indies tour of Australia, Nov 2009 - Feb 2010

Test matches

One-Day Internationals

Twenty20 Internationals

Twenty20 matches

About

Australia v West Indies Test and one-day series

Though one-sided in recent years, the Frank Worrell Trophy is one of cricket's most cherished rivalries. Series between West Indies and Australia stretch back to 1933, when a team that included George Headley visited Australia. A solitary win in 1965 under Gary Sobers was West Indies' only success until 1977-78, when West Indies began their period of unrivalled dominance, winning eight and drawing one of the next nine series. By 1995, West Indies were no longer the team of old and Australia triumphed with Glenn McGrath announcing himself on the world stage.

Since then the battles have gone mostly to Australia who have lost just five Tests. West Indies' finest moments came in the thrilling 2-2 draw in 1999 when they were inspired by Brian Lara and the world-record run-chase of 418 in Antigua during 2003.

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Chris Gayle responds to Watson's claim that the West Indies captain baited him into celebrating inappropriately and earning a fine

Shaun Tait runs in to bowl
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The Australia squad after winning the Twenty20 series 2-0
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Shane Watson goes over the top during his 62 from 33 balls
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David Warner connects with another powerful pull
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David Warner pulls during his 18-ball half-century
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Steven Smith celebrates his stunning outfield catch of Travis Dowlin
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Squads

Chris Simpson (c) Ryan Broad
Lee Carseldine Daniel Doran
Luke Feldman Chris Hartley (wk)
Nick Kruger Alister McDermott
Nathan Reardon Nathan Rimmington
Wade Townsend Scott Walter
Tour Results
Australia v West Indies at Sydney - Feb 23, 2010
Australia won by 8 wickets (with 50 balls remaining)
Australia v West Indies at Hobart - Feb 21, 2010
Australia won by 38 runs
Australia v West Indies at Melbourne - Feb 19, 2010
Australia won by 125 runs
Australia v West Indies at Brisbane - Feb 14, 2010
Australia won by 50 runs
Australia v West Indies at Sydney - Feb 12, 2010
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