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Sammy not bothered by non-selection


Darren Sammy said he still cares about the game in the Caribbean, but he loses little sleep about a recall to the West Indies team.

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Gabriel Five-For Sucker-Punches Pakistan

gbTwenty years ago, a West Indies side, led by Brian Lara, set India 120 for victory at the Kensington Oval. They had never lost a Test in Bridgetown to a sub-continental side, but that record looked in serious threat against the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Mohammad Azharuddin, Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman. West Indies took just 35.5 overs to skittle the visitors out for 81 to extend a glorious run at their stronghold.

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Hope for Windies as nervy day 5 ahead


Stylish stroke-maker Shai Hope agonizingly missed out on a maiden Test hundred in an admirable West Indies batting effort, but a clatter of wickets late on the penultimate day here Wednesday opened the door for Pakistan, setting up an intriguing finale to the second Test.

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England, Pakistan climb T20I rankings

cricketb-play-form-information-an-u-understanding-no-explaintation--i-n-england-pakisatn-climb-tz01n-rankingEngland and Pakistan were the biggest gainers in the ICC’s annual T20I rankings update, climbing to second and third place, respectively. New Zealand, meanwhile, held on to the top spot despite losing two points, while India and South Africa slipped down the table.

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