Why divide and rule is good for West Indies
Why divide and rule is good for West Indies

It's high time they had a split captaincy like many other international teams; and now they do

How do West Indies get competitive against the top sides?
How do West Indies get competitive against the top sides?

It's a big ask, considering Test cricket is being given short shrift and T20 ambitions are being allowed to run rampant

Behind Jamaica's hot streak
Behind Jamaica's hot streak

Their record is the envy of Caribbean first-class cricket, but it needs to be put into context

Comeback kids make good for West Indies
Comeback kids make good for West Indies

Shane Shillingford and Shannon Gabriel were the latest bowlers in West Indies' attack to notch up a successful series

Meet West Indies cricket's new wealthy benefactor
Meet West Indies cricket's new wealthy benefactor

Entrepreneur Ajmal Khan's interest in the Caribbean Premier League might remind you of Stanford, but the WICB seems confident it won't be a repeat

Little gain for West Indies' long journey
Little gain for West Indies' long journey

The win in the T20 is small consolation for the failings that were exposed in the ODIs

West Indies' chance to move closer to the top teams
West Indies' chance to move closer to the top teams

In Australia, Sammy and his men have to show if they can build on their successes last year

Look ma, a B+
Look ma, a B+

West Indies capped a generally decent year with an excellent second half

Indisciplined West Indies must introspect
Indisciplined West Indies must introspect

They must review why their bowlers conceded a shocking number of extras and their top-order batsmen batted so indifferently in the ODI series against Bangladesh

Doing it the old West Indies way
Doing it the old West Indies way

Their batsmen impressed, but it was their fast bowlers, Tino Best and Fidel Edwards, who were instrumental in undoing Bangladesh

Scrappy win gives West Indies pause for thought
Scrappy win gives West Indies pause for thought

Their bowlers stepped it up in the fourth innings, but their batsmen threw it away in the third

West Indies might be on to something
West Indies might be on to something

The Bangladesh series offers them a chance to show they can make a break with their habit of taking a forward step only to regress

Good times, but mind the road ahead
Good times, but mind the road ahead

West Indies finally have a world title after eight years, but they need to look for consistency on the field and stability off it

Full plate for new WICB boss
Full plate for new WICB boss

Michael Muirhead, who succeeds the contentious Ernest Hilaire, will have his work cut out with the various perennially thorny issues of West Indian cricket

West Indies' winning opening combos
West Indies' winning opening combos

Johnson Charles and Chris Gayle with the bat and Ravi Rampaul and Samuel Badree with the ball clicked against England. But who will play against Sri Lanka?

An important win for the West Indies hierarchy
An important win for the West Indies hierarchy

The performance against New Zealand has earned the captain, coach and selectors some breathing room

Five factors to beat New Zealand
Five factors to beat New Zealand

If West Indies win the two-Test series, it will affirm that Sammy and Gibson's efforts to rebuild the side have been worth it

T&T's legit Champions League gripe
T&T's legit Champions League gripe

Despite having done excellently in two of the last three editions of the tournament, they need to go through a qualifying round again

Clyde Butts keeps the faith
Clyde Butts keeps the faith

Poor recent results notwithstanding, West Indies' chief selector is convinced his players need to be given more rope

West Indies need more action, less talk
West Indies need more action, less talk

The Ramdin affair has highlighted the need to nurture the right mindset in players