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West indies put up a great fight with the bat on the final day but were on the losing end – by 56 runs – as Pakistan took the first day/night Test match between the two teams at Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Monday night.

Darren Bravo led the batting with a magnificent 116 – his eighth Test century which came in over 406 minutes hours, off 249 balls and included 10 boundaries and a six. This followed up his first innings of 87 – which was made in 398 minutes off 258 balls with nine fours and a six.

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West Indies Women’s captain Stafanie Taylor produced a big performance to lead her side to a dramatic, 42-run victory over England Women in the fourth One-Day International in Jamaica , leveling the five-match series at 2-2.

Taylor grabbed 3-22 from her allotted 10 overs and fellow off-spinner Hayley Matthews took 2-25 from 7.2 overs to turn the match at Sabina Park on its head, as the hosts snapped up the last nine England Women wickets for just 48 to send the visitors reeling to 181 all out in 44.2 overs.

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Despite conceding a massive first innings lead to Pakistan, the West Indies are within sight of a remarkable win thanks to a fantastic bowling effort from leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo on the fourth day of the first Test match at Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

The 30-year-old had remarkable figures of 8-49 to bowl out Pakistan for 123 in the second innings and give the West Indies a chance of a come-from-behind victory in their first pink ball Test match under lights.

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West Indies batsmen Marlon Samuels and Darren Bravo led the way for the visitors as they batted through the entire third day of the first Test match against Pakistan at Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

35-year-old Samuels made a stroke-filled 76 off 139 balls with 13 boundaries as West Indies closed the day at 315-6 in reply to Pakistan’s 579-3 declared. West Indies batted all day to add 246 runs from their overnight position of 69-1.

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Anya Shrubsole has been ruled-out for the duration of England women’s five match One-Day International series against the West Indies due to injury.

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Deandra Dottin and Afy Fletcher shared seven wickets to trigger a dramatic England Women collapse that handed West Indies Women a 38-run victory in the second One-day International on Monday in Jamaica.

Fast-medium bowler Dottin, later named Player-of-the-Match, grabbed 4-19 from 6.4 overs and leg-spinner Fletcher collected 3-20 from 10 overs, as the English, chasing 149 for victory, were bowled out for 110 in 41.4 overs in the contest at the Trelawny Multiplex.

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West Indies Women failed to reward Deandra Dottin's all-round performance as England Women grabbed a five-run victory in the first One-day International in Jamaica.

Dottin was the most successful Windies Women’s bowler, taking 3-21 from five overs, as England Women, choosing to bat, were bowled out for 149 in 49.1 overs on a hard, easy-paced Trelawny Multiplex pitch under sunny skies.

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