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Imran Tahir had Darren Sammy stumped for 5 as West Indies crashed to a 257-run loss against South Africa at the SCG, the joint-biggest World Cup defeat
Imran Tahir had Darren Sammy stumped for 5 as West Indies crashed to a 257-run loss against South Africa at the SCG, the joint-biggest World Cup defeat © Getty Images
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Specials

I heart Lara

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    Where are the promising West Indies batsmen?

Tony Cozier: The pitches in the first-class competition aren't encouraging batting talent, thereby prolonging the struggle to replace Gayle and Chanderpaul

    Ninety years of Everton Weekes

Tony Cozier: Sixty-six years ago, a century eluded the legendary West Indies batsman. He now has another chance to reach that magical figure

    The pressure's on Cameron

Tony Cozier: The numbers might point to another term for the WICB president, but they don't tell the whole story

    Wanted: Chris Gayle, for rallying and runs

Tony Cozier: As past World Cups have shown, it's not wholly improbable for no-hopers like West Indies to succeed if their most charismatic player steps up

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Blogs

Chris Gayle is alive and great

Jon Hotten: Whatever his persona and supposed attitude towards the game, Gayle has had a huge impact on cricket

The gloom of the West Indies fan on World Cup eve

Roger Sawh: The lead-up to the tournament is one of happy anticipation for most teams; not so for the one from the Caribbean

Why a strong T&T could bode well for West Indies

Colin Benjamin: If the team can carry its limited-overs success into four-day cricket, the effect on West Indies' Test fortunes can only be positive

Statistics

Test matches

One-Day Internationals

Twenty20 Internationals

Shane Shillingford picked up four top-order wickets before rain came pouring in, ending the first Test in Dunedin in a draw

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An irony-free Richie Richardson after West Indies crashed to a nine-wicket defeat against England in a match that barely lasted 50 overs.

Dale Steyn pats Jason Holder on the back for his 48-ball 56
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Jason Holder conceded 104 runs in is 10 overs, despite bowling two maidens
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Chris Gayle watches in despair as his leg stump is rattled by a Kyle Abbott delivery
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Morne Morkel celebrates the wicket of Jonathan Carter
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West Indies' bowling consultant Curtly Ambrose watches from the sidelines
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Chris Gayle picked the wickets of Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis in the same over
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Country Fixtures Country Results
28th Match, Pool B: India v West Indies at Perth
Mar 6, 2015 (14:30 local | 06:30 GMT | 01:30 EST | 00:30 CST | 22:30 PST -1d)
Guyana v Jamaica at Providence
Mar 6-9, 2015 (10:00 local | 14:00 GMT | 09:00 EST | 08:00 CST | 06:00 PST)
Leeward Is v Barbados at Basseterre
Mar 6-9, 2015 (10:00 local | 14:00 GMT | 09:00 EST | 08:00 CST | 06:00 PST)
Trinidad & T v Windward Is at Couva
Mar 6-9, 2015 (10:00 local | 14:00 GMT | 09:00 EST | 08:00 CST | 06:00 PST)
Barbados v Windward Is at Bridgetown
Mar 13-16, 2015 (10:00 local | 14:00 GMT | 10:00 EDT | 09:00 CDT | 07:00 PDT)
Guyana v Trinidad & T at Providence
Mar 13-16, 2015 (10:00 local | 14:00 GMT | 10:00 EDT | 09:00 CDT | 07:00 PDT)
Leeward Is v Jamaica at Basseterre
Mar 13-16, 2015 (10:00 local | 14:00 GMT | 10:00 EDT | 09:00 CDT | 07:00 PDT)
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