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, play 01:47
Croft: West Indies must put poor results behind them

ESPNcricinfo analyst Colin Croft looks at what the West Indies need to do to progress to the semi-finals

, play 04:43
Sammy praises Holder captaincy

West Indies all-rounder talks to Barry Wilkinson after West Indies qualified for the World Cup quarter-finals.

, play 02:57
Holder hopeful of Gayle fitness for quarter-final

West Indies captain says he expects the opener to return for their match with New Zealand.

, play 02:05
Holding questions West Indies tactics

Match Point analyst wonders why Andre Russell was send out to try and smash 4s and 6s when they need to go at 5 an over.

, play 03:00
'Gayle struggling with back injury' - Ambrose

West Indies bowling coach says he's confident their star batsman should be able to play against UAE.

, play 01:41
'West Indies future is in the hands of the weather gods'

With a cyclone forecast for New Zealand, Michael Bevan and Isa Guha look ahead to the West Indies match against UAE.

  • WI miss a chance to make a statement

    They got the job done - and ultimately that is what matters - but West Indies need to address the fact that they were switched off for large parts of the game, and lacked the ruthlessness they will badly need in the quarter-finals

  • UAE finish with happy memories

    Despite the regret, despite the winless record, despite the obvious disparities between them and the rest, UAE will leave the World Cup having had a good time

  • WI win big, reach quarters thanks to Pakistan

    West Indies needed to overhaul a target of 176 in 36.2 overs or less to make the quarter-finals barring a tie in Adelaide and they did that without much incident

  • Jason Holder claims four wickets to topple UAE

    Jason Holder claimed four wickets for just 27 runs to help West Indies pip the United Arab Emirates by six wickets in their last World Cup 2015 Group B match played in Napier on Sunday.

  • West Indies v UAE - #BendTheRules Moments

    The innings which Nasir Aziz played against West Indies, on Sunday, helped the United Arab Emirates, who were struggling at 46 for six, post a respectable total of 175 in their last Group B match played in Napier.

Erratic top order

2

Number of 50-plus scores by West Indies' top four batsmen in this World Cup, before today. The batsmen from No. 5 onwards have six such scores

A fine start

69

Runs for West Indies in the first 10 overs, their best by far in this tournament. Previous best: 47 v South Africa

A first in 35 years

6

Number of batsmen bowled in the UAE innings, the first such instance in a World Cup game since 1979

A tournament to forget

3

Number of ducks for Krishna Chandran, the most by any batsman in this tournament. With the ball, he has 1 for 177 from 25 overs

Windies' wickets spree

2

Number of times WI have had the opposition 5 down for less than 30 in this tournament - Pakistan were 25 for 5

Never before

0

Number of times that West Indies and UAE have previously played each other in an ODI.