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Dwayne Bravo arrives at the toss with his team-mates

The West Indies crisis

'India could have taken West Indies to the cleaners'

Former West Indies seamer Ian Bishop has labelled the current crisis surrounding the WICB, WIPA and the players as "disappointing" and one which occurred at "the wrong place and the wrong time".

Dwayne Bravo has his eyes firmly on the ball

West Indies in India 2014-15

Bravo, Smith, Russell will beef up team - Ramdin

Denesh Ramdin, the West Indies wicketkeeper, has said the team's confidence has not been hampered despite consecutive losses to India A to open their tour

Sunil Narine bowls in the nets

West Indies news

Decision to withdraw Narine good - TTCB president

Azim Bassarath, a director of the West Indies Cricket Board [WICB] and president of the T&T Cricket Board [TTCB], has expressed his outrage over the controversy surrounding Sunil Narine's action in the Champions League Twenty20 and his withdrawal from t

Dave Richardson, ICC's general manager of cricket, and Clive Lloyd, Chairman of the Cricket Committee, speak to the media at Lord's

West Indies news

'We can't be in the doldrums' - Lloyd

Clive Lloyd, West Indies' new selection committee convener, has indicated that youth development will be his primary focus in helping revive West Indies cricket

Evin Lewis plays a lofted shot down the ground

Red Steel v Zouks, CPL 2014, Port-of-Spain

Lewis targets WI spot

Evin Lewis, the Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel opener, has hopes that his performances in CPL 2014 will help him make a case for his selection in the West Indies side

Denesh Ramdin goes for a slog-sweep

CPL 2014

Ramdin's knock inspired us - Dwayne Bravo

Dwayne Bravo admitted that his opponent Denesh Ramdin's batting inspired his team in yesterday's four-wicket CPL win over Guyana Amazon Warriors

Sunil Narine bowled a maiden in the Super Over

CPL 2014

Ramdin, Narine seek support of 'home' crowd

Guyana Amazon Warriors' Denesh Ramdin and Sunil Narine have said they are ready to upset what would usually be their home crowd at Port-of-Spain's Queen's Park Oval