West Indies v India, 5th ODI, Kingston, Jamaica June 16, 2011

Sarwan and Bravo turn their form around

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Darren Bravo and Ramnaresh Sarwan are at contrasting points in their careers; Bravo is trying to find his feet while Sarwan is fighting to stay on his, as he reaches yet another pivotal juncture in his international career. Two men whose struggles with the bat mirrored their team's troubles early in the series did the job for West Indies today.

"I want to thank Sarwan. He told me to just bat on and that I can make up in the end," Bravo said after playing his best knock of the series. It's something that Sarwan has repeatedly tried to do from the World Cup on, but he had failed every time. He would bat long but the runs wouldn't come and the match would slip away. Everything came to fruition today.

Sarwan has a very fine record against India but he entered this series without runs and confidence. By his own admission he was struggling for fluency in the early part of the series. The local press hasn't been hostile to him but tough questions were asked about his form. He dealt with the criticism honestly.

He didn't even avoid questions about Chris Gayle and extended his support to him. The turmoil within the camp, over Gayle, must not be easy to deal with. The West Indies board, it appears from the outside, isn't too chuffed about the seniors in the team. Add to it the fact that the runs weren't coming. And today, his younger partner Bravo wasn't flowing early and the required rate kept climbing. The pressure must have been suffocating.

Sarwan responded to the crisis by playing his best knock since his comeback. It was a stirring knock under pressure. He was scoreless for seven deliveries before a short ball from Ishant Sharma allowed him to breathe easy. He swivelled to pull it ferociously to the boundary and suddenly, the tide turned.

It was his next four that really set him free. In recent times, Sarwan had been almost reduced to two shots: the cut and the square drive. He tried to fit everything into the framework. When you are down in form, you fall back on your stock shots, your trusted allies, and although that was his plan, that frame of mind was dragging him further back.

The second four came like a breath of fresh air. It was a full delivery around off and middle from the leggie Amit Mishra and Sarwan eased forward to play a neat on-drive past mid-on. You wondered then whether the form was coming back. Two balls later further proof arrived when he backed away to blast a short delivery from Ishant over extra cover.

After that he was flowing. There weren't any boundaries immediately but he nudged, and dabbed into gaps, punched and drove the ball, and generally was looking good on a pitch where the ball came on. By the time the cramps set in, he had taken on the part-timers and reduced the required run-rate.

It was then that Bravo had to take the baton. He nearly let it slip. Though he hit a six almost immediately after the exit of Sarwan he started to freeze. He played out a few dot balls, the asking rate escalated and considering that the West Indies haven't done too well in the batting powerplay in the recent times, it appeared as if Bravo was going to let his team down. The rate kept shooting up and you almost felt that it would be better for West Indies if Bravo got out.

It was at that time of desperation that Bravo suddenly found his mojo. "I like to get the balls under my belt and as long as it happens I tend to make up in the end," Bravo said later. Even he, one suspects, would have wondered whether that "make-up" would happen today.

What was he thinking at that point? "I told [Marlon] Samuels that let's just take six or seven runs and get the run rate to 10. We have Kieron Pollard and Darren Sammy to come. It was a nice feeling to execute our plan. Powerplay has given us trouble in the past and it was nice to play it really well today."

In a blink, everything changed. With 78 runs needed 45 deliveries, his luck started to turn. He lifted R Ashwin over long-on and slog-swept him over midwicket boundary. Game on. In the next over, he looted two more sixes and Bravo's and West Indies' turnaround was official.

The inevitable question of West Indies winning dead rubbers came up. "Yes It happened against Pakistan as well, "Bravo said. "People might say that we see the best of West Indies after the series is over. But we are young team and we are learning. We will get it right in the coming series."

The fans will hope that this day also marks the turnaround in Bravo and Sarwan's immediate future.

Sriram Veera is a staff writer at ESPNcricinfo

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  • on June 18, 2011, 5:27 GMT

    india are missing players..west indies are missing players...west indies r misisng gayle..who in my opinion is yurav and gambir mixed together...jerome taylor who hasa better record and average than all the indian bowlers..fedel edwards as well who has a better average than the indain bowlers..chanderpaul who has an average of round about 50. ..its pretty balance

  • on June 18, 2011, 3:56 GMT

    from this one day series many players can play only in indian soil.esp badri, yusuf, shikar dhawn, manoj tiwary, ashwin...hence atleast ranji semifinal shld be played in neutral venues to improve their skills in foreign pitches

  • on June 18, 2011, 2:41 GMT

    congrates guys on this impressive victory.. u guys played as a team.

  • on June 18, 2011, 1:23 GMT

    Congrats WI great victory. We almost embarrass the #1 ODIcountry. However the team did show some inexperience. SARS played a good hand. Bravo showed determination. 3-2 wasn't bad, especially when u take into consideration that WI r #7 and India #1. A test match win is not beyond WI. WE have to get 20 wickets to win. And when we bat we must bat for at least 125 overs inthe 1st innings. SO this is my team Barath,SIMMONS,Sarwan,Darren, Samuels , Baugh, Sammy, Shillingford,Ravi,Roach,Bishoo. Shillingford will complement Bishoo well. Six batters to make the runs.125x 3.25 will do the trick. GOOD LUCK!

  • SRT_GENIUS on June 17, 2011, 18:53 GMT

    @cricket_for_all: This is certainly not India's C team.. but it's really hard to argue it's India's A team - and - while I am not disputing your injury logic, still the missing players are Sehwag, Gambhir, Zaheer, SRT, Dhoni & also: YUVRAJ, HARBHAJAN, SREERANTH, NEHRA. So take away top 8 or 9 players from any team, including the captain, then what you are left with is surely a B team. (But not a C team, agreed on that). In WI's favour India's B team is playing WI B+ team as they are missing some stars too... but, really, WI have no excuse for not playing them. And given patience and time, WI will claw back: in my mind there is no doubt about that.

  • on June 17, 2011, 18:04 GMT

    Werner Blomberg I have taken a look and see that under Gayle (and John Dyson), we beat England , won on south african soil for the first time in our history , got far in the T20 World Cup. Under Sammy, we have lost to a frankly 2nd rate Pakistan side, to an Indian 2nd team plus further debacles in the world cup and a draw in Sri Lanka because they played the series in monsoon season. Because Sammy is captain, we can't pick the team on merit - not that it has been picked on merit for the last 10 years or so.

  • cricket_for_all on June 17, 2011, 17:19 GMT

    If this is Indian's C team what are the India's A team and B team. Sewang, Gambir and Zahir are not here due to injury and India only rested SRT and Dhoni. Can you please some Indian list the A and B teams please (Without injury guys because injury is part of the game)!!!.

  • cricket_for_all on June 17, 2011, 17:11 GMT

    If this is Indian's C team what are the India's A team and B team. Sewang, Gambir and Zahir are not here due to injury and India only rested SRT and Dhoni. Can you please some Indian list the A and B teams please (Without injury guys because injury is part of the game)!!!.

  • Stos on June 17, 2011, 15:50 GMT

    @satspeare: I'm not sure that it's a particularly good idea to give a recovering player regaining their motivation and confidence the burden of captaincy as well. It would really seem counterproductive to give Sarwan captaincy just as he starts to be getting back to form. In any case, I don't see that one more pace bowler will really strengthen the side all that much, and if the pitches don't give them significant help another one being included would ultimately only be a hindrance.

  • NCassie on June 17, 2011, 14:26 GMT

    A good balanced TEST team should be; Simmons, Barath, Sarwan, Bravo, Samuels, Nash/Chanders, Ramdin/Baugh, Sammy, Rampaul, Roach, Bishoo and Martin Players that should be in the reserve bench (Dwayne Bravo, Pollard, Russel, F. Edwards and Kantasingh)

  • on June 18, 2011, 5:27 GMT

    india are missing players..west indies are missing players...west indies r misisng gayle..who in my opinion is yurav and gambir mixed together...jerome taylor who hasa better record and average than all the indian bowlers..fedel edwards as well who has a better average than the indain bowlers..chanderpaul who has an average of round about 50. ..its pretty balance

  • on June 18, 2011, 3:56 GMT

    from this one day series many players can play only in indian soil.esp badri, yusuf, shikar dhawn, manoj tiwary, ashwin...hence atleast ranji semifinal shld be played in neutral venues to improve their skills in foreign pitches

  • on June 18, 2011, 2:41 GMT

    congrates guys on this impressive victory.. u guys played as a team.

  • on June 18, 2011, 1:23 GMT

    Congrats WI great victory. We almost embarrass the #1 ODIcountry. However the team did show some inexperience. SARS played a good hand. Bravo showed determination. 3-2 wasn't bad, especially when u take into consideration that WI r #7 and India #1. A test match win is not beyond WI. WE have to get 20 wickets to win. And when we bat we must bat for at least 125 overs inthe 1st innings. SO this is my team Barath,SIMMONS,Sarwan,Darren, Samuels , Baugh, Sammy, Shillingford,Ravi,Roach,Bishoo. Shillingford will complement Bishoo well. Six batters to make the runs.125x 3.25 will do the trick. GOOD LUCK!

  • SRT_GENIUS on June 17, 2011, 18:53 GMT

    @cricket_for_all: This is certainly not India's C team.. but it's really hard to argue it's India's A team - and - while I am not disputing your injury logic, still the missing players are Sehwag, Gambhir, Zaheer, SRT, Dhoni & also: YUVRAJ, HARBHAJAN, SREERANTH, NEHRA. So take away top 8 or 9 players from any team, including the captain, then what you are left with is surely a B team. (But not a C team, agreed on that). In WI's favour India's B team is playing WI B+ team as they are missing some stars too... but, really, WI have no excuse for not playing them. And given patience and time, WI will claw back: in my mind there is no doubt about that.

  • on June 17, 2011, 18:04 GMT

    Werner Blomberg I have taken a look and see that under Gayle (and John Dyson), we beat England , won on south african soil for the first time in our history , got far in the T20 World Cup. Under Sammy, we have lost to a frankly 2nd rate Pakistan side, to an Indian 2nd team plus further debacles in the world cup and a draw in Sri Lanka because they played the series in monsoon season. Because Sammy is captain, we can't pick the team on merit - not that it has been picked on merit for the last 10 years or so.

  • cricket_for_all on June 17, 2011, 17:19 GMT

    If this is Indian's C team what are the India's A team and B team. Sewang, Gambir and Zahir are not here due to injury and India only rested SRT and Dhoni. Can you please some Indian list the A and B teams please (Without injury guys because injury is part of the game)!!!.

  • cricket_for_all on June 17, 2011, 17:11 GMT

    If this is Indian's C team what are the India's A team and B team. Sewang, Gambir and Zahir are not here due to injury and India only rested SRT and Dhoni. Can you please some Indian list the A and B teams please (Without injury guys because injury is part of the game)!!!.

  • Stos on June 17, 2011, 15:50 GMT

    @satspeare: I'm not sure that it's a particularly good idea to give a recovering player regaining their motivation and confidence the burden of captaincy as well. It would really seem counterproductive to give Sarwan captaincy just as he starts to be getting back to form. In any case, I don't see that one more pace bowler will really strengthen the side all that much, and if the pitches don't give them significant help another one being included would ultimately only be a hindrance.

  • NCassie on June 17, 2011, 14:26 GMT

    A good balanced TEST team should be; Simmons, Barath, Sarwan, Bravo, Samuels, Nash/Chanders, Ramdin/Baugh, Sammy, Rampaul, Roach, Bishoo and Martin Players that should be in the reserve bench (Dwayne Bravo, Pollard, Russel, F. Edwards and Kantasingh)

  • Regulator on June 17, 2011, 13:47 GMT

    My eleven for the first test.

    Simmons, Barath, Darren Bravo, Sarws, Samuels, Chanders, Baugh, Sammy, Bishoo,Roach & Rampaul. Good Luck. Great fighting spirit. Pollard is a good product to bat @ # 3 lets see how his game develop.

  • USIndianFan on June 17, 2011, 13:41 GMT

    This team needs a little focus and self confidence. The Windies could be back with that..

  • CricketChat on June 17, 2011, 13:14 GMT

    WI played without fear and fought hard true to their famed trait. I hope they can take this momentum into Tests like they did against Pak in the previous series. Cricket world needs a vibrant and successful WI in its midst to enhance the enjoyment.

  • on June 17, 2011, 13:11 GMT

    West Indies were losing everything with Gayle in the team. People have too short memories.No one seems to remember that we have failed to win a game against any team with Gayle in the squad. Take a look at how this team has performed under Sammy and you will see that it has done well.

  • satspeare on June 17, 2011, 13:07 GMT

    We NEED to have the captaincy returned to Sarwan for the test series. Sammy did well for the one day games but we for the test he need to give way to a genuine fast bowler. Baugh need s to give way to Ramdin since he is a better keeper and can bat better too. Since Gayle seems not selectable- BIG mistake!! here's the team for the first test in batting order Barath, Simmons, Sarwan (he does better at 3), Samuels/Nash, Bravo (needs to spend a little time here), Chanderpaul (simply can't be left out now), Ramdin, Russell, Roach, Rampaul and Taylor/Fidel. Go West Indies and Good Luck !!

  • yocasi on June 17, 2011, 12:38 GMT

    1st test team: 1. Simmons 2. Barath 3. Sarwan 4. DM Bravo 5. Samuels 6. Russell 7. Baugh 8. Sammy 9. Roach 10. Rampaul 11. Bishoo

  • cgtboy87 on June 17, 2011, 12:26 GMT

    that what i was saying all along..sarwan is a number 3 batsmans for years so the move back there was very good for the team.shiv needs to be back for the test if he is not hurt.like to see edwards and taylor in the test too..nice of them to rest bisho but he is young so he should be able the work load

  • Stos on June 17, 2011, 12:24 GMT

    @skidmarks: I agree with that. Having those two bowling together for some time in a test would probably be very effective, especially if Bishoo begins eliminating his occasional short deliveries. West Indies have a bunch of fast bowlers, and can probably afford to rotate them a bit. I'd think that the two legspinners, along with two pacers (perhaps Roach and Rampaul for now, although Edwards could be brought back into the fold once he's returned to the overall scheme of things, and Taylor might be worth trying out in less important games) and Sammy, with a couple of part-time options, should be a pretty effective attack. There's quite a lot of possible combinations between those five for various tactical situations, so if they play together for a bit they should grow into a pretty formidable attack. If Sars can get back in form and the younger batsmen given time to grow, I can see West Indies getting back on track after a few years (and adapting to a world of batsmen with helmets).

  • Balb on June 17, 2011, 11:53 GMT

    West Indies is starting to put the pieces of the puzzles back together. Taking this type of performance in to the tests can WIN all three and bring back the West Indies their lost pride and some confidence to the West Indies people and fans world wide. There is enough talent in the pool to select from. Happy for Barath's return. Hope Gayle will be back for the first test as well. What ever they do, Chanderpaul MUSTt be in every eleven chosen. He is in form and he has a lot to pass on to the youngsters. The big question is, would West Indies go for separate teams and captains for tests and for ODI's/Twent 20's?

  • VivGilchrist on June 17, 2011, 11:41 GMT

    1st Test -Simmons, Barath, Bravo, Sarwan, Samuels, Chanderpaul, Nash, makes 7. One will miss out. Baugh will be keeper. Sammy is an automatic selection. Bishoo is a sure starter. Roach and probably Rampaul to round it off. What's the story with Taylor (who I think is the best quick in WI) and F.Edwards? Is Russel considered a future Test bowler or is he considered more of an ODI bowler?

  • Milanguy on June 17, 2011, 11:11 GMT

    One guy wrote that some of India's school teams would beat the Windies 10 times out of 10. Im suggesting that the next time, India should send the school team then. If its one thing we here know when we see it is mediocrity, apart from Rohit and Kholi, not 1 of the remainding batsmen show cased in that squad look more than average. Makes no sense talking about Badri's Ranji runs. We here know quite well about regional/first class bullies who just arent capable of/have not made the transition to int'l level (Kirk Edwards). As for Ahswin and mishra, dont rate their performances against us. Windies are notoriously poor against ANY kind of spin (see Devon Smith against Hafeez). Every yr "spinners" finish with 60-70 wickets in our regional season, and go onto look inpenetrative on the word scene. Windies have tried over 10 spinners in the last 2 yrs because of this. In other words, Mishra going for 50 runs in last 2 games should be worrisome. Synopsis, India's next in line are just as poor.

  • anver777 on June 17, 2011, 11:09 GMT

    A morale boosting win by WI ............hope their form will continue in the test series as wel !!!!!!!!l

  • on June 17, 2011, 10:47 GMT

    West Indies have saved some pride by beating Indian C team. 3-2 is a good win. It proves that India still need the services of tendulkar, laxman, dravid, zaheer, bhajji, dhoni and yuvraj as while these guys are around India are definitely the world champions. I will appreciate windies who did good experimentation. Rampaul who was very effective against pak was given rest. same with chanderpaul and the all roudner bravo. They even rested bishoo who was very effective agains Pakistan. windies did not give practice to Indian C team by resting these stalwarts. On the other hand this series will be remembered for Russel who showed the all round class despite the fact that it was agains a medioce indian team. and the cherry on the cake Gayle is still in tact.

  • skidmarks on June 17, 2011, 10:27 GMT

    they are starting to look good, they should play bishoo and martin in the same team

  • Stos on June 17, 2011, 8:56 GMT

    @area1985: You may be forgetting that the West Indies has been a semi-minnow side for a few years now with Gayle in the team. Stating that they could win a series easily against a competent side, which this India side were, simply by bringing a player who's already been around for quite a while is a bit strange. They may have won the T20 match with Gayle in, but then that's just a warm-up match in any case. They didn't exactly win much easily against decent teams in the World Cup, with Gayle not really helping all that much there, so it's not clear that they should have done so soon after it. Right now, their concern should rather be building into a strong team in the future, and for that it's probably more valuable to have Simmons and Barath in the opening slots in any case rather than risking the mentality of a growing team.

  • riverlime on June 17, 2011, 8:45 GMT

    My pick for the first Test, since Gayle is out of contention,......Simmons, Barath, Darren Bravo, Sarwan (c), Samuels, Nash/Chanderpaul, Ramdin, Russell, Rampaul, Roach, Bishoo. This way you have three pacy, bouncy fast men with a genuine wicket taking leggie and an occasional medium pacer in Simmons. Nash is also useful for a few overs and is a lynchpin in the midlle order, like the indefatigable Shiv.

  • riverlime on June 17, 2011, 8:26 GMT

    Sarwan's class has shown through this series. Let's hope his cramp is not the sign of another injury, since he HAS to be part of a Test middle order, with relative novices like Simmons, Barath and Darren Bravo at the top of the order. Both Sammy and Pollard have justified their places in ODI's with their allround performances, but in a Test scenario, I don't think either of them can logically be chosen. On a bouncy Sabina pitch, the extra paceman should be selected to put the fear of God into the Indian mindset. Samuel's forte is in the longer game as well, so he should be an automatic pick, especially considering his recent form. I am not normally one of his fans, but he seems to have the dangerously steely eyed glint in his eyes that I haven't seen since Lara's Sri lankan tour-de-force. Baugh is not enough of a presence behind the stumps to earn the right to the gloves, especially with a Test average of 18.

  • sanjeevmukherjee2006 on June 17, 2011, 8:17 GMT

    Congrats to WI for their win same result as pakistan. WI had few positives like russel, bravo, martin but this was india's C team not even B, lets see how martin bowls in tests against Dhoni, dravid and lax. (1) WE should dispense with the dhwan and that new guy who played last two games, ashwin well he was poor and vinay kumar..that guy is slower than kallis...if he can play, then irfan pathan should also be given a chance, rp singh should have been given a chance..if dhawan can play then uthappa also should have given a chance anyways as expected we won 3-2, i thought with this team we may even lose the series

  • on June 17, 2011, 7:58 GMT

    great to see WI putting up fight again, they just need some self belief and confidence building and you will see them winning regularly, best of luck WI for tests

  • area1985 on June 17, 2011, 7:27 GMT

    If WI include Gayle to the side they could won this series very easily!

  • on June 17, 2011, 7:18 GMT

    Sarwan's knock was very crucial - well played!

  • CricketMaan on June 17, 2011, 6:55 GMT

    Bravo to Bravo, well played, reminds Lara a lot with his style, hope he goes on to play long for Windies..Sarwan did the magic today and made it easy..I'm a huge fan of Badrinath, but I mus admit he has played his last ODI for Team India..at his age i cant see him picked ever again..Hard Luck Badri, you ddint seem to belong here..I hope you establish yourself in Tests whcih I'm sure you will:)

  • thejusjosephjose on June 17, 2011, 6:54 GMT

    sarwan must continue at no. 3 spot.he will contribute much from that spot

  • on June 17, 2011, 5:58 GMT

    This Indian team won the series more due to the ineptness of WI team than their own abilities. Sigh!

  • on June 17, 2011, 5:54 GMT

    congrats,bravo on such an innings under pressure.despite their series loss,west indies have 2 massive positives-bravo and russel.contrast this with india and i don't see any.we already knew rohit and kohli were the future stars.no other youngter stepped up.had they prepared bouncy pitches at all the venues,india would have lost the series.this series also comfirmed what i always believed-raina is more a product of hype than any talent or temperament.at best,he can be called a flat track bully.i dont know what they were thinking when they made this irresponsible guy captain.atleast,he should be removed from test side and the place go to rohit sharma.finally,people who clamour for dropping bhajji should shut it.he was rested for the last 2 matches that india lost.coincidence?unlikely

  • shawnsundar on June 17, 2011, 5:44 GMT

    Where's the Sarwan haters now? Talk nah!!!

  • dragline on June 17, 2011, 5:12 GMT

    it's good to see Bravo getting among the runs today. he is an extremely gifted batsman. he will become a world class player but just need the time to develop. i hope west indies selectors show some confident in him and play him in the upcoming test series. i hope they don't play Chanderpaul and leave him out. Chanderpaul connot be a long term investment Bravo is one for the future. Suggested team for test series: Barath, Simmons, Sarwan, Bravo, Samuels, Nash, Bough, Ruzzell, Sammy, Roach and Rampaul. the jamaica wicket has pace so play the four quicks.

  • kingcobra85 on June 17, 2011, 4:22 GMT

    @Sriram Veera You won badrinath didnt play but did it make any difference ? Why did we lose this match again ? Yusuf pathan gets picked in the side as all rounder yet completes only 1 over and goes for 7 runs

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  • kingcobra85 on June 17, 2011, 4:22 GMT

    @Sriram Veera You won badrinath didnt play but did it make any difference ? Why did we lose this match again ? Yusuf pathan gets picked in the side as all rounder yet completes only 1 over and goes for 7 runs

  • dragline on June 17, 2011, 5:12 GMT

    it's good to see Bravo getting among the runs today. he is an extremely gifted batsman. he will become a world class player but just need the time to develop. i hope west indies selectors show some confident in him and play him in the upcoming test series. i hope they don't play Chanderpaul and leave him out. Chanderpaul connot be a long term investment Bravo is one for the future. Suggested team for test series: Barath, Simmons, Sarwan, Bravo, Samuels, Nash, Bough, Ruzzell, Sammy, Roach and Rampaul. the jamaica wicket has pace so play the four quicks.

  • shawnsundar on June 17, 2011, 5:44 GMT

    Where's the Sarwan haters now? Talk nah!!!

  • on June 17, 2011, 5:54 GMT

    congrats,bravo on such an innings under pressure.despite their series loss,west indies have 2 massive positives-bravo and russel.contrast this with india and i don't see any.we already knew rohit and kohli were the future stars.no other youngter stepped up.had they prepared bouncy pitches at all the venues,india would have lost the series.this series also comfirmed what i always believed-raina is more a product of hype than any talent or temperament.at best,he can be called a flat track bully.i dont know what they were thinking when they made this irresponsible guy captain.atleast,he should be removed from test side and the place go to rohit sharma.finally,people who clamour for dropping bhajji should shut it.he was rested for the last 2 matches that india lost.coincidence?unlikely

  • on June 17, 2011, 5:58 GMT

    This Indian team won the series more due to the ineptness of WI team than their own abilities. Sigh!

  • thejusjosephjose on June 17, 2011, 6:54 GMT

    sarwan must continue at no. 3 spot.he will contribute much from that spot

  • CricketMaan on June 17, 2011, 6:55 GMT

    Bravo to Bravo, well played, reminds Lara a lot with his style, hope he goes on to play long for Windies..Sarwan did the magic today and made it easy..I'm a huge fan of Badrinath, but I mus admit he has played his last ODI for Team India..at his age i cant see him picked ever again..Hard Luck Badri, you ddint seem to belong here..I hope you establish yourself in Tests whcih I'm sure you will:)

  • on June 17, 2011, 7:18 GMT

    Sarwan's knock was very crucial - well played!

  • area1985 on June 17, 2011, 7:27 GMT

    If WI include Gayle to the side they could won this series very easily!

  • on June 17, 2011, 7:58 GMT

    great to see WI putting up fight again, they just need some self belief and confidence building and you will see them winning regularly, best of luck WI for tests