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West Indies suffered a 186-run defeat against England in the third One-day International in Bridgetown, Barbados on Thursday. This was the Caribbean side's heaviest loss against England in an ODI in terms of runs, while it also marked the first occasion since 1991 that England had swept an ODI series against the West Indies 3-0.

Chasing 329 for victory, the Windies were bowled out for 142 in 39.2 overs, as Chris Woakes and Liam Plunkett collected three wickets apiece to undermine their batting on a hard, true Kensington Oval pitch.

Left-hander Jonathan Carter, playing on home soil, led the way with 46 and rookie Alzarri Joseph, batting at 11, made 22 – but no other West Indies batsman reached 20.

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The West Indies Cricket Board’s Selection Panel today named Miguel Cummins as replacement for Shannon Gabriel in the West Indies 13-man squad for the 3rd ONEINDIG One-Day International against England.

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The West Indies Cricket Board has announced the addition of two Twenty20 Internationals to the itinerary for the Pakistan Tour of the West Indies. As a consequence of the additional matches, the series between World Twenty20 champions West Indies and the visiting Pakistanis will now be contested over four matches.

“Twenty20 is an exciting format and this is another opportunity for our fans to indulge in the thrilling atmosphere that surrounds these matches,” said Roland Holder, WICB manager, cricket operations.

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Surrey fast bowler Tom Curran has been called into the England one-day squad in the Caribbean as back-up for Jake Ball, who injured his right knee in the warm-up victory over the WICB President’s XI in St Kitts on Monday.

Curran has already started the long journey from Sri Lanka, where he has been part of the England Lions tour, to join the England squad in Antigua – where they begin a three-match series on Friday.

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The West Indies Cricket Board’s Selection Panel today announced the 15-man training squad for the upcoming ODI Series against England.

The Panel also announced the West Indies Cricket Board’s President’s XI 12-man squad to face England in a 50-over match.

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West Indies male and female players will be involved in several camps in Antigua in the coming weeks as they prepare for various international assignments.

Starting Thursday, February 23, the West Indies Men’s team will be in camp under the guidance of new Head Coach Stuart Law as they prepare for the three-match One-Day International Series against England.

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Former West Indies head coach Phil Simmons has been appointed technical consultant to the Afghanistan cricket side.

The 53-year-old, who played 26 Tests and 143 One-Day Internationals for the West Indies, will assist current head coach Lalchand Rajput, the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) said.

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