Saturday, April 20, 2024

Windies fighting down to the wire


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This has been no ordinary Test match for the West Indies.
Outplayed from the onset last week, the boys in maroon have found a way to fight back against India, and against the odds.
Their bowling department injury-riddled, and still without a great score from any of their batsmen, the Windies changed all that in Dominica yesterday when Kirk Edwards scored his maiden ton on Test debut, Shivnarine Chanderpaul finally dug his way into form, and pacer Fidel Edwards collected his tenth five-wicket haul in Tests.
Still, the Windies will be fighting to stave off defeat in the third Test at Windsor Park in the capital Roseau today.


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