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Australia in West Indies 2008

Dyson urges players to curb aggression

Jul 8, 2008: After slumping to a 5-0 series whitewash to Australia on Sunday, John Dyson, the West Indies coach, wants his players to adopt the style of their opponents

The impact of Twenty20

Ponting concerned over Test cricket's future

Jul 8, 2008: Ricky Ponting believes that Test cricket isn't in a healthy state and that international players have a duty to provide entertaining matches to ensure its future in the wake of Twenty20's popularity

Jason Dasey

West Indies v Australia, 5th ODI, St Kitts

Evolving Australia prove their depth

Jul 6, 2008: Last time Australia visited the Caribbean they went home undefeated and with a World Cup in their possession. The stakes were considerably lower on this trip but it was an important step in the development of a side that has lost several key members of th

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West Indies v Australia, 4th ODI, St Kitts

Clarke cops fine in first ODI in charge

Jul 5, 2008: Michael Clarke was docked ten per cent of his match fee, and his team lost five per cent of theirs, for a slow over-rate in Australia's tight win against West Indies in the fourth ODI

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West Indies v Australia, 5th ODI, St Kitts

Australia seek whitewash

Jul 5, 2008: West Indies have been distinctly underwhelming in the first two matches of the series and they must adapt to the tough conditions in Grenada if they are to avoid handing Australia an unbeatable 3-0 series lead

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West Indies v Australia, 4th ODI, St Kitts

Gayle unhappy with selection policy

Jul 4, 2008: Chris Gayle has said that there were a "lot of things happening" which he didn't know about regarding selection policy for the series against Australia

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West Indies v Australia, 4th ODI, St Kitts

Captain Clarke wriggles out of trouble

Jul 4, 2008: Michael Clarke is never shy to dash over to Ricky Ponting in the field with a fresh idea but in his first one-day international as captain, Clarke gained a new appreciation for the pressure Ponting faces

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Australia in the West Indies 2008

Ponting returns home with wrist injury

Jul 4, 2008: Ricky Ponting will make an early departure from the Caribbean as he continues to battle an injury to his right wrist

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West Indies v Australia, 4th ODI, St Kitts

Australia snatch win in final-ball thriller

Jul 4, 2008: Australia snatched a victory that should never have been theirs as Shane Watson delivered a superb final over that consigned West Indies to a one-run defeat. Chasing 283, it looked like West Indies were cruising and Chris Gayle's 92 appeared to set up a c

The Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale

West Indies v Australia, 4th ODI, St Kitts

West Indies aim to restore pride

Jul 3, 2008: West Indies have been distinctly underwhelming in the first two matches of the series and they must adapt to the tough conditions in Grenada if they are to avoid handing Australia an unbeatable 3-0 series lead

Brydon Coverdale

West Indies v Australia, 4th ODI, St Kitts

Miller surprised at late call-up

Jul 3, 2008: Nikita Miller, the Jamaica left-arm spinner, had written off his chances of an international call-up for the series against Australia after he was not required for the Tests or the first three ODIs

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Australia in the West Indies 2008

Watson could open in Tests - Nielsen

Jul 2, 2008: Shane Watson's best chance of a Test recall would be to make another push to open and eventually succeed Matthew Hayden, according to Australia's coach Tim Nielsen

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Australia in the West Indies 2008

West Indies call up Miller and Findlay

Jul 1, 2008: Nikita Miller has been rewarded for a strong domestic season with a belated call-up to the West Indies squad for the remaining two one-day internationals against Australia

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Australia in the West Indies 2008

Lee as good as Windies greats - Richards

Jul 1, 2008: Viv Richards, who captained some of the most fearsome fast bowlers of all time, says Brett Lee is the equal of the West Indies quicks of the 1980s and early 90s

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Australia in the West Indies 2008

Ronchi keeps Haddin on his toes

Jul 1, 2008: Luke Ronchi is used to his batting making headlines in Australian domestic cricket but in his first outings at international level it has been his glovework that has drawn praise

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Shockers, sizzlers, run-machines

Jul 1, 2008: Umpiring howlers, a new twist on the reverse sweep, and more runs than you can shake a stick at - in our round-up of the on-field performance highlights for June

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West Indies v Australia, 3rd ODI, Grenada

Gayle slams middle-order 'disaster'

Jun 29, 2008: Chris Gayle, the West Indies captain, says the middle-order batsmen need to seriously lift their game after a batting display he described as "a disaster"

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West Indies v Australia, 3rd ODI, Grenada

Watson's comeback a ton of fun

Jun 29, 2008: Three matches into his comeback Shane Watson has fully justified the call-up by scoring his first ODI century at better than a run a ball to set up a seven-wicket win for Australia

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West Indies v Australia, 3rd ODI, Grenada

Watson ton drives easy Australia win

Jun 29, 2008: Shane Watson made his first ODI century and Ricky Ponting bounced back to form as Australia completed yet another one-sided victory over West Indies to take an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the five-match series

The Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale

West Indies v Australia, 3rd ODI, Grenada

Dyson hints Chanderpaul could open

Jun 29, 2008: John Dyson, the West Indies coach, has hinted on the possibility of Shivnarine Chanderpaul opening the innings in the third ODI against Australia in Grenada

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