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Croft: Fielding first was a mistake

Colin Croft says that Dwayne Bravo's decision to field first after winning the toss was one of many errors the West Indies made which led to a 25-run loss to England in the 3rd ODI at Antigua

March 6, 2014

Posted by khs_shk2000 on (March 6, 2014, 20:41 GMT)

Ridiculous, team ability is not a factor to lose? Only toss is important means players have no rule in match results. Then why we are playing after the toss declare the result who is winner and who is loser. By the way why are you making such pitches which cant stand for 100 overs.

Posted by   on (March 6, 2014, 14:05 GMT)

west indies did not loose , the selectors and coach lost, the vindictive will not have sarwan in the team and the selectors is acting like a drowning man, where is carter and sarwan/ WHY WOULD YOU SELECT WALKING WOUNDED ,GAYLE AND SAMUELS, . the wicb must be held accountable also , the are allowing this madness to continue.

Posted by   on (March 6, 2014, 12:26 GMT)

A ODI match between WI and ENG is a mistake, enough said!

Posted by wapuser on (March 6, 2014, 11:44 GMT)

Like I said before ,some of these guys will not play to their true potential because they have to play in the IPL later.No injuries for them now ,they will play safe , not to their best of abilities.Darren Bravo should not play one day cricket.Samuels should relax now,he is not in form.Powell is not mature enough. Selectors are making a lot of mistakes.They need some schooling.

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