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Dwayne Bravo and Chris Gayle showcase their moves after West Indies' win

West Indies v India, 1st T20I, Lauderhill

West Indies' chance to settle scores in familiar format

While these two matches are huge for the cricket economy and its globalisation - in terms of staging and not participation - the cricket carries more subtext than your usual bilateral Twenty20 internationals

The fifth day in Trinidad was called off as well

West Indies v India, 4th Test, Port of Spain, 5th day

Farce ends as third-shortest Test ever

The farce in Port of Spain ended in bright sunshine with no play possible, just like the earlier three days

Ground staff opened up the outfield with a pitch fork and used a blower to aid the drying process

West Indies v India, 4th Test, Port of Spain, 4th day

Fourth day called off in first hour

All efforts to get the Queen's Park Oval ready for play were given up in the very first hour of the fourth day

Ground staff opened up the outfield with a pitch fork and used a blower to aid the drying process

West Indies v India, 4th Test, Port of Spain, 3rd day

Another day lost to wet outfield, weather

Surreal scenes of an outfield being dug up during a Test match were not enough to dry Queen's Park Oval enough for any cricket on day three

The umpires inspect the outfield at Queen's Park Oval

West Indies v India, 4th Test, Port of Spain, 2nd day

Outfield consumes two sessions, rain the last

From the moment Port of Spain woke up to 2.15pm, when any hope of a resumption of play evaporated, no rain fell at Queen's Park Oval. Yet not a single ball was bowled

Ishant Sharma celebrates with team-mates after dismissing Leon Johnson early

West Indies v India, 4th Test, Port of Spain

West Indies lose two before rain washes out 68 overs

India's hopes of retaining the No. 1 Test ranking going into the home season suffered a setback as only 22 overs were possible on the first day in wet Port of Spain

Virat Kohli celebrates his maiden double ton

West Indies v India, 4th Test, Port of Spain

India pursue history, consolidation of No. 1 Test ranking

Having West Indies on the mat in the series, India have a great opportunity to retain their momentary No. 1 Test ranking with a win in the fourth Test in Port of Spain

Bhuvneshwar Kumar celebrates the wicket of Marlon Samuels

West Indies v India, 3rd Test, St Lucia, 4th day

Bhuvneshwar swings through West Indies to give India shot at win

Despite a rained-out day and the slow rate of scoring through the match, India entertained thoughts of winning the St Lucia thanks to a masterful spell of swing bowling from Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Rain wiped out the third day

West Indies v India, 3rd Test, St Lucia, 3rd day

Washout a big step towards draw at St Lucia

India lost their first five wickets for 126 and their last five for 14, but in between the fifth and sixth R Ashwin and Wriddhiman Saha added 213 runs to save them the blushes