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West Indies

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Photo: Steve Smith celebrates his century for Australia against the West Indies on day one of the second Test at Sabina Park. Smith ended the day on 135 not out as Australia finished on 258/4.

Steve Smith put Australia in charge on day one of the second Test match against the West Indies at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica today when he scored a polished 135*, his fifth hundred in six Test matches, to lead his team to 258/ 4 at the close of play.

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Photo: Devendra Bishoo may hold the key for the West Indies in the second test against Australia beginning at 10:00am at Sabina Park today.

The West Indies aim to level the two match Test Series against Australia beginning today at the cricket Mecca, Sabina Park at 10am. The West Indies have not won against the Australians in a Test match for 12 years. They will need to improve their game all round to pull off what would be a surprising victory.

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The West Indies defeated England by 5 wickets at Kensington Oval in Barbados inside three days to level their three match Test Series 1-1. Darren Bravo and Jermaine Blackwood, both batted well to ensure the Caribbean team was not in any danger and got to their modest target of 192 runs comfortably. The pair shared a match winning 108 run partnership for the fifth wicket to help the home team to a famous win.

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West Indies stood up once again, just like they did six years ago, to keep their three match Test Series against England level. A man of the match performance from Jason Holder was the difference on the final day of the first test at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.

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The group stage is now finished and following some well contested matches with some upsets and happy results for some teams and their players. The quarterfinals of the ICC Cricket World Cup is set to get underway this week with four very good match ups.

The most highly anticipated is the Sri Lanka vs South Africa clash. This is expected to be a thrilling contest between two inform teams, playing some very attractive cricket.

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West Indies made it to the quarter-finals of the 2015 edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup following a routine victory over the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Leaving it for the last game of the group stage they also had to wait on the result of the Pakistan and Ireland game before they were sure that they were advancing beyond the group stages.

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This World Cup has been a good one so far, with some very entertaining matches being played. It has not been so easy to predict and fans all around the world have been enjoying the close contests.

Bangalesh created history when they knocked England out of the tournament going against the odds to move on to the knockout stage for the first time in World Cup history.

England entered the game knowing they had to win to keep their hopes of advancing to the knockout stage alive.

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India versus West Indies has always been a cracker and it was no different today when the defending champions defeated the Caribbean team by four wicket in a match that was interesting from the first ball that bowled.

West Indies captain, Jason Holder, won the toss and opted to bat first on a very good pitch at the WACA ground in Perth. It did not seem like a good decision when both Gayle and Smith went early.  

At 67-5 the West Indies were in deep trouble and it was the bowlers who made the biggest contributions with the bat to lift the team to 182.

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India who have been in form and have proven that they are title contenders with their three dominant wins in the group so far, will be looking to win this one against the West Indies to win four from four tomorrow at Perth starting at 1:30 am Jamaican time. India are the defending champions and would be looking to to defend their title successful here in Australia.

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The West Indies were punished by AB de Villiers and South Africa again yet again. This time in the ICC Cricket World Cup. de Villiers hammered 150 off 64 balls, the fastest 150 in ODI history to crush the West Indies by 257 runs. de Villiers now has the fastest fifty, hundred and 150 in ODI cricket all coming against the Caribbean team.

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