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Hindustan Times

India vs West Indies: India's predicted XI for 2nd T20 International - Tricky ...

India will look to secure the three-match series when they take on West Indies in the second T20I encounter in Lucknow on Tuesday. India's four-match T20I losing streak against the West Indies ended on Sunday in Kolkata as the hosts won by five wickets ...

- Hindustan Times

THE WEEK

WI vs IND: Familiarity with Eden was a massive advantage, says Kuldeep

Familiarity with conditions at the Eden Gardens was a massive advantage, said chinaman Kuldeep Yadav after bowling India to a five-wicket win over the West Indies in the first T20 International here. Kuldeep was aware that the ball would grip and not ...

- THE WEEK

Times of India

India vs West Indies: Hosts make heavy weather of 110 before winning first T20I

The two left-arm tweakers broke the backbone of the Windies innings in their eight overs to stop them at 109 for 8 — their lowest-ever T20I score against India. Incidentally, the Windies had recorded their lowest ODI total against the Indians just ...

- Times of India

The Indian Express

India vs West Indies: New Pandya on the block

He castled Shikhar Dhawan and should have had Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma as well. But the India captain was dropped at first slip, while Rohit got a no-ball reprieve. In Kolkata, luck didn't betray him. West Indies yet again bungled big-time with the ...

- The Indian Express

News18

Catch India vs West Indies LIVE. Off the pitch. Only on In.com.

LATEST UPDATE: WINNING RUNS! Pandya hits the winning runs here, lofts it over the inner circle and India pick two. India lost wickets early but 109 was never going to be enough to threaten India! Karthik's steady innings and late cameo from Pandya ...

- News18

Times of India

India vs West Indies, 1st T20I: Karthik, Kuldeep guide India to five-wicket ...

BLOG | SCORECARD Dinesh Karthik remained unbeaten on 31 to guide India to five-wicket win despite early hiccups. With this win, India lead the three-match series 1-0. OVER 17.5: It's all over! India (110/5) beat West Indies (109/8) by five wickets ...

- Times of India