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‘Harbour View need to beat top teams’

first_imgCoach Ludlow Bernard said Harbour View must start earning wins against the big clubs in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) in order to challenge, for the title this season.The east Kingston-based club, currently in fifth place on 33 points, just two below fourth-place Humble Lion, slammed sixth place UWI FC 5-0 on Monday night at the Compound. In their previous encounter, they blanked Cavalier 3-0, also at home, but Bernard is not totally satisfied.”I’m satisfied that the goals are coming from more than one player. We need to maintain that sort of performance,” Bernard said at the weekly press conference at Red Stripe yesterday. “The opposition we played against in the last two games were, however, not top teams. We need to maintain our dominance and do it against teams above us,” he told The Gleaner. “I wasn’t surprised that we scored five against UWI, as in the previous fixture against them we created many chances and the game ended 2-2,” Bernard reasoned.Harbour View will next play against 10th-place Tivoli Gardens on Sunday at the Edward Seaga Sports Complex starting at 3 p.m. and Bernard hopes his team will continue scoring goals and win the game. “Well, for us, the aim is to get into the last four. It is a motivator for the team, and although Tivoli are down at the moment, we know that every team has high hopes,” Bernard stated.last_img read more

Five things we learned in Serie A

first_img0Shares0000Flying high for Christmas: Juventus are eight points clear of second placed Napoli. © AFP / Isabella BONOTTOMILAN, Italy, Dec 23 – Mario Mandzukic was on target as Italian top-flight pacesetters Juventus beat Roma 1-0 to stay unbeaten in Serie A before Christmas.Carlo Ancelotti’s Napoli are second, eight points behind the seven-time reigning champions, after seeing off struggling SPAL 1-0. But Inter Milan are now eight points adrift of Napoli, who they play on December 26, after being held late 1-1 at bottom club Chievo, with city rivals AC Milan dropping out of the Champions League places, with a 1-0 defeat to Fiorentina.Here are five things we learned from Serie A this weekend:Ronaldo ready for a restCristiano Ronaldo was denied by a solid Roma goalkeeper Robin Olsen. © AFP / Filippo MONTEFORTECristiano Ronaldo could rest for the first time since his 100 million-euro ($117 million) move from Real Madrid last summer in next Wednesday’s game at Atalanta, coach Massimiliano Allegri said.The 33-year-old has started every one of Juve’s 17 league games, scoring 11 goals, being substituted just once, in the final 10 minutes against Fiorentina this month after he scored the third goal from the spot.“Cristiano Ronaldo had several chances today and happened to come up against a goalkeeper having a stunning performance. He may well rest in the next match,” said Allegri.Ghosts of past haunt RomaAS Roma Serbian defender Aleksandar Kolarov took a knock as his side fell to tenth in Serie A. © AFP / Isabella BONOTTORoma coach Eusebio Di Francesco conceded his side lived in fear of past defeats as they fell to an eighth consecutive loss to Juventus at the Allianz Stadium in Turin.“The team lived the fears of previous games, playing with little certainty,” said Di Francesco as Roma, who finished third last season, slipped to 25 points behind the leaders.“In the second half we let ourselves go, accepting more duels, were better at managing the ball.“The maturity of Juventus is superior, but I’m happy with Roma’s reaction,” added the Roma coach.Despite being 10th in Serie A, Roma are just four points behind Lazio, who occupy the final Champions League spot.Inter reel at Chievo levellerSearching for solutions: Inter Milan coach Luciano Spalletti shocked at dropping points to bottom club Chievo. © AFP / Vincenzo PINTOLuciano Spalletti said he was shocked as Inter Milan allowed bottom club Chievo to snatch a point.Chievo’s veteran captain Sergio Pellissier struck with a lob in stoppages to cancel out Ivan Perisic’s opener.“We had so many chances to kill off the game and didn’t take them,” said Spalletti, whose side also crashed out of the Champions League this month.“Right at the end, this hole in the defence opened up and Pellissier took full advantage. It’s not a physical issue of slowing down towards the end, it’s purely a psychological one.”Unhappy Higuain may be on the moveAC Milan forward Gonzalo Higuain is frustrated by his two-month goal drought. © AFP / Miguel MEDINASpeculation that Gonzalo Higuain could make a January move were fuelled after coach AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso said the Argentine forward was growing increasingly frustrated.“No striker is happy when he does not score, but it’s also hard for the whole team,” said Gattuso, whose side have won just one of their last six league games.There have been reports Higuain could be exchanged with Chelsea’s Alvaro Morata.“The winter market? It’s a question that must be asked of management. Higuain is going through a difficult moment, like the team and as long as he is here he remains an important player to be exploited to the full,” Gattuso added.Higuain scored 16 goals last season for Juventus before joining Milan on loan. The 31-year-old has scored five this term, but none since October 28.Lucky 13: Piatek tops goal chartGoal king: Genoa’s Polish forward Krzysztof Piatek has scored 13 goals in 17 games. © AFP / Vincenzo PINTOKrzysztof Piatek extended his lead at the top of the Serie A scoring charts when he scored his 13th goal of the season in Genoa’s 3-1 win over Atalanta, the Polish striker moving two ahead of Juve’s Cristiano Ronaldo after sealing the points two minutes from the end.City rival Sampdoria’s fellow on-fire striker Fabio Quagliarella scored his eighth goal in seven league games as the Genoa club beat Empoli 4-2, taking his tally for this season to 10.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

India vs West Indies, 4th ODI Highlights: How Jason Holder’s five-wicket haul stunned India

first_imgHello and welcome to our live coverage of the fourth ODI between West Indies and India at Antigua. (LIVE SCORECARD)INDIA INNINGS:What a classy performance against a top quality ODI side! And with this win, the series is alive at 1-2 to Windies with a match #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 2017What a game of cricket! Kudos to West India for battling it out till the end and emerging victorious. With the batting line-up India possesses, it seemed at the halfway stage that it will be a cakewalk in the park but the home side had other ideas. They used the two-paced nature of the track to great effect and choked the Indian batsmen. The early departure of Dhawan and Kohli allowed the hosts to apply more pressure.YESSSS! J Holder gets to his first 5w haul in ODI’s and that’s the a 11 run victory for Windies against India #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 2017Jason Holder was sharp with his captaincy and set attacking fielders. There weren’t easy singles on offer and the visitors failed to rotate strike on a consistent basis. There was a 54-run stand between Dhoni and Rahane but it came off 109 balls. Both of them scored half centuries but it can be said they were a touch slow. With Dhoni at the crease in the 49th over, the tourists believed in themselves. However, his downfall almost decided the fate of the game.CELEBRATION TIME #WIvIND pic.twitter.com/SJaxogYUm6- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201702.44 IST: Holder to Shami, OUT! West Indies pull off an upset. Their skipper has been extremly influential today. He has his fifth wicket. Bowls a high full toss on off, Shami tries to go over covers but does not clear him and hits it straight to him. This is his maiden five-wicket-haul. The crowd has gone berserk. WEST INDIES WIN BY 11 RUNS.advertisement02.40 IST: Holder to Umesh, OUT! Holder is the man for West Indies today. He has been absolutely brilliant with the ball. He gets his fourth. Bowls a yorker on off stump, Umesh swings but misses and the ball hits the base off the stumps. They check for the no ball but there is no problem there. Holder is all pumped and the crowd is dancing in the stands. Ninth wicket down for India.02.36 IST: Williams to Dhoni, OUT! Is that the game for West Indies? Dhoni has to go. He was India’s only hope in this situation. Williams bowls it full on middle, Dhoni tries to go over long on but gets it off the inner half down to Alzarri Joseph at long on for a easy catch. 14 now needed from the last over.02.29 IST: Jadeja has made it more difficult for Dhoni. India need 16 runs off the last 2 overs.WICKET! 173-7! J Holder gets his 3rd wicket of the day as R Jadeja hits one straight to the hands of R Powell at long on #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201702.26 IST: Holder to Jadeja, OUT! Throws his wicket away! There was absolutely no need for this shot. India 173/7 in 47.3 overs.02.22 IST: And Dhoni’s presence out in the field has been immense for India yet again. Last 3 overs and India need 19 runs.And that’s 50 for @msdhoni from 108 balls! His 2nd in this series and 64th overall in ODI’s #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201702.19 IST: Dhoni brings up his fifty, second of the series. It has been a very patient knock by him. His job is not done yet he has take India over the line.02.17 IST: Holder to Jadeja, FOUR! Smart shot. Short ball on off, Jadeja waits for it and upper cuts it over the keeper for a boundary. 25 needed from 24 balls.WICKET!! J Holder comes back and provides a breakthrough right away. The dangerous H Pandya is gone for 20(21) #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201702.13 IST: Holder to Pandya, OUT! BOWLED”EM! The captain strikes. Full ball on leg stump, Hardik walks across and misses the flick and the ball hits the base of leg stump. They check upstairs for the no ball but is is a legal delivery. A big wicket here. Can there be a twist in the tale? India 159/6 in 45.1 overs.02.07 IST: Pandya and Dhoni hitting it off in the previous over has rattled West Indies it seems. Joseph has bowled four wides in this over. India 159/5 in 45 overs.02.01 IST: Chase to Pandya, SIX! The bowling change has not worked. Tosses this one up, Pandya goes down on one knee and slog sweeps it into the wind and it just clears the man at mid-wicket for a maximum. Pandya is accelerating and this is what makes him so important for Team India. India 151/5 in 44 overs.advertisement01.59 IST: Chase to Dhoni, FOUR! A welcome boundary for India, first for Dhoni today. Quicker ball down the leg side. Dhoni helps it fine past the keeper and the ball races away to the fine leg fence. India 141/5 in 43.3 overs.01.56 IST: West Indies have showed excellent consistency today, well bowled. They have managed to keep the line tight and haven’t let India run away with the match. India 135/5 in 43 overs.01.51 IST: It’s mounting for India, the required has jumped to 7.38. India 131/5 in 42 overs.01.48 IST: The match is getting edgy, India require 62 balls 54 balls. End of Powerplay 2: India – 127/5 (MS Dhoni 37*, H Pandya 5*) and need 63 runs from 60 balls #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201701.44 IST: Last 10 overs left and India need 63 off 60 balls.01.42 IST: Indian men are struggling in Antigua at the moment but Indian women blew Pakistan away in the Women’s World Cup a few hours ago and Twitter had a lot to say about that.01.39 IST: Joseph to Pandya, FOUR! CHEEKY! A tad short on off, Pandya waited for it and played a ramp shot to the right of the keeper for a boundary. And who other than Hardik Pandya to bring about India’s first boundary after 111 balls. India 125/5 in 39 overs.01.36 IST: This is looking like a big chase now! India 120/5 in 38 overs.WICKET! Windies can now have a real crack at this game. K Jadhav departs thanks to a low single handed take from S Hope #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201701.30 IST: Nurse to Jadhav, OUT! There goes another. India have lost half their side. Nurse gets his first wicket. Tosses it up on off, gets some extra bounce and the ball spiins in a little. Jadhav tries to defend it off the front foot but gets an inside edge onto the pads and the ball lobs to the left of the surface. Hope runs and dives to forward to take a good catch. India in a spot of bother here. 74 needed now off 86 balls.01.26 IST: Big shots still alluding India. India 112/4 in 35 overs.01.19 IST: Dhoni and Jadhav on the field once more, reminds one of the last match. India 106/4 in 33 overs. WICKET! 101-4 AND THE GAME IS ON! A Rahane nicks one from D Bishoo and departs after a well made 60(91) #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201701.10 IST: Bishoo to Rahane, OUT! BISHOO STRIKES! Rahane has to go. Bishoo bowls a leg spinner outside off, Ajinkya tries to sweep but gets a top edge to the keeper. They go up and the umpire gives it out. Rahan reviews immediately. They go upstairs. There is small spike on Ultraedge. After looking at the replays for a few times the third umpire gives it out. The on field call stays. India have lost their review. West Indies would want to build on this wicket now. Can they put pressure on India?01.06 IST: It’s been 10 overs since India’s last boundary. India 99/3 in 30 overs.advertisement01.03 IST: India still looking for a breakthrough, 95/3 in 29 overs.01.01 IST: It’s over 28 overs and India haven’t even reached the 100-run mark.00.52 IST: And Ajinkya Rahane scores a half-century fourth straight time. Been a model of consistency this series for India. India 85/3 in 26 overs.00.50 IST: Rahane is nearing his half-century at 49. India 82/3 in 25 overs.A Nurse replaces D Bishoo. End of over 24, India – 80/3 (A Rahane 48*, MS Dhoni 18*) #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201700.43 IST: Another over gone, and a run off it! West Indies are keeping it really tight. India 78/3 in 23 overs.00.41 IST: While Indian men are fighting it out in the Caribbean, India women made it a Perfect 10 against Pakistan in the Women’s World Cup.00.38 IST: Rahane and Dhoni are keeping it steady, trying to look for strike rotation. India 77/3 in 22 overs.00.35 IST: Another good over by Williams, just one run off it! India 74/3 in 21 overs.00.30 IST: Bishoo to Rahane, FOUR! Poor delivery and duly dealt with! Short on off, Rahane rocks back and pulls it past the diving short mid-wicket fielder to find the fence. India 73/3 in 20 overs.K Williams and D Bishoo are trying to stop the strike rotation. End of over 19, India – 65/3 (A Rahane 40*, MS Dhoni 11*) #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201700.28 IST: India do have time on their side and Rahane and Dhoni are trying to take this deep. India 65/3 in 19 overs.00.24 IST: Meanwhile, India celebrated India women’s resounding victory over Pakistan.A Joseph 7-2-33-2J Holder 7-2-16-1What a brilliant exhibition of fast bowling by these two #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201700.19 IST: The onus in on Rahane and Dhoni and they look in no hurry. India 59/3 in 17 overs.00.13 IST: None off that over! India 53/3 in 16 overs.00.08 IST: Rahane and Dhoni are taking it slow just like last match. India 53/3 in 15 overs.00.02 IST: Just one run off that over, India have to be very cautious after going four wickets down. India 49/3 in 14 overs.WICKET!! The gamble to bowl an extra over from A Joseph pays off as D Karthik top edges a pull to S Hope #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201723.57 IST: Joseph to Karthik, OUT! The short ball ploy once again does the trick! Joseph bowls a short delivery outside off and extracts some extra bounce from the deck. Karthik gets into a bit of an uncomfortable position but still goes through with the pull shot. Ends up top edging it and the ball spoons behind. Shai Hope positions himself under it and takes it comfortably. India are in a bit of bother now. India 48/3 in 13 overs.23.53 IST: Joseph to Rahane, FOUR! Top quality shot from the opener! Full length delivery outside off, Rahane strokes it elegantly through mid off for a gorgeous boundary. He has looked very assured of himself.23.51 IST: Karthik has finally opened his account. India 42/2 in 12 overs.D Karthik is yet to score after facing 12 deliveries. End of over 11, India – 38/2 (A Rahane 29*, D Karthik 0*) #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201723.46 IST: Relief for India, 5 runs off that over from Joseph. India 38/2 in 11 overs. 23.43 IST: Joseph to Rahane, FOUR! Pristine! Half-volley on off, Rahane leans into it and creams it through mid on. Timing is spot on and the ball whistles away to the fence.23.42 IST: West Indies are looking to capitalise on the early wickets. Second maiden over in a row! India 33/2 in 10 overs.23.36 IST: Excellent over from Joseph, no run given! India 33/2 in 9 overs.23.33 IST: Dinesh Karthik is making a comeback for India after an excellent domestic season and he’s cautious! India 33/2 in 8 overs.DROPPED!! How costly it is going to be? A Rahane survives as J Mohammed puts down a straight forward chance #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201723.28 IST: Joseph to Rahane, MISSED! You can’t get an easier catch than that and unfortunately, Mohammed has spilled it. Excellent opportunity for West Indies to get rid of the in-form Rahane but they couldn’t capitalise on that. India 32/2 in 7 overs.23.27 IST: Joseph to Rahane, FOUR! Comical stuff! Full length delivery, Rahane strokes it towards mid off. The tall Jason Holder bends to stop it but it goes right through his legs and to the fence. That was sloppy.WICKET!! Indian captain V Kohli’s troubled stay at the crease ends thanks to a good over from his counterpart J Holder #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201723.24 IST: Holder to Kohli, OUT! Holder outsmarts his opposite number! Brilliant thinking from the West Indies skipper and he gets the reward. The short balls have worked against Kohli and just like last game, Holder once more sends Kohli back to pavilion. India 25/2 in 6 overs.23.18 IST: Joseph to Rahane, FOUR! Back-to-back boundaries! Gets another short delivery and he was waiting on the back foot for it. Pulls it with authority over backward square leg to find the fence.23.17 IST: Joseph to Rahane FOUR! That is a shot of a man in form. Joseph bangs it in short and Rahane takes him on. Nails the pull over square leg to pick up a one-bounce boundary.23.12 IST: Holder to Rahane FOUR! Back of a length outside off and room on offer, Rahane rises on his toes and slaps it over extra cover. The fielder hares after it but comes second best. India 14/1 in 4 overs23.07 IST: Joseph to Dhawan OUT! On a length and on the pads, Dhawan looks to clip it through but ends up chipping it straight towards Holder at mid on who accepts the easiest of catches with glee. India 10/1 in 3 oversPhoto Credit: AP 23.03 IST: Well played! Fractionally overpitched outside off, Dhawan drives it elegantly through covers. The outfield is not that quick and the ball rolls towards the fence. Two fielders chase it down. Keep it down to three. India 10/0 in 2 overs22.58 IST: A top-edge almost carried to the fielder. In the air… but safe! Joseph bowls a well-directed bouncer on off and gets it to climb on Rahane. He fails to control the pull and it goes off the top edge towards fine leg. Roston Chase runs in but the ball falls short of him. That was nicely bowled. India 4/0 in 1 over 22.57 IST: We are back for the chase. Shikhar Dhawan and Ajinkya Rahane will open the batting for India. The West Indies team is in a huddle. They will need some quick wickets to put pressure on the Men in Blue. Alzarri Joseph to start off the proceedings with the ball. A slip in place.WEST INDIES INNINGS:It was a steady start from the openers but they failed to carry on. The middle order got starts as well but none of them went on to capitalize. There were some soft dismissals as well which sucked the momentum out of the innings. All the Indian bowlers were frugal. Among them, Hardik Pandya and Kuldeep Yadav were the best. They varied their pace and kept the batsmen on their toes. The surface is two-paced but the target is below par. The famed Indian batting line-up will back themselves to pull this off. Can West Indies put in an inspirational performance and keep the series alive or will the visitors continue to dominate? Do join us in a while for the chase.A clinical bowling performance from India and they have contained the home side extremely well. Though West Indies have managed to play out the 50 overs, it was a far from impressive show. Agreed the pitch was sticky in nature but the batsmen failed to rotate the strike on a consistent basis. Credit to the Men in Blue who were right on the money from the beginning. It was a steady start from the West Indies openers but they failed to carry on.End of Innings 1 : Windies – 189/9 (E Lewis 35, K Hope 35, U Yadav 3/36) #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201722.13 IST: Excellent stuff from the Indian bowlers and West Indies just couldn’t stay on. West Indies post 189/9 in 50 overs.Wicket! A typical R Jadeja direct hit leaves D Bishoo short of the crease as he departs for 15(30) #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201722.06 IST: Shami to Bishoo, RUN OUT! Brilliant from Jadeja. He is so good in the point region. Length ball on off, Bishoo taps it to point and sets off for a run. Jadeja runs in, picks the ball up and scores a direct hit. The umpire goes upstairs to check and replays show he is very short. Bishoo is walking back to the hut. West Indies lose their 9th. West Indies 184/9 in 48.4 overs. 21.59 IST: Umesh to Nurse, OUT! Superb effort from Umesh Yadav! Bowls a very fast bouncer, Nurse goes to pull but gets a top edge and it hits his helmet and lobs to the right of Umesh. He changes direction in his follow through and dives to his right and takes a great catch of his own bowling. West Indies 183/8 in 48 overs.21.56 IST: Indian bowlers doing everything right today. West Indies unable to get the scoreboard ticking. West Indies 178/7 in 47 overs.21.50 IST: West Indies batsmen are unable to find many runs off Indian bowlers. West Indies 172/7 in 45 overs.21.42 IST: West Indies batsmen had decent starts but kept losing their wickets after getting set. West Indies 116/7 in 43 overs 21.36 IST: Pandya to Mohammed OUT! Short ball outside off, Jason cuts it straight to Jadeja at point. West Indies are losing the plot here. Seventh wicket down for West Indies. This was their last recognized pair. Hardik gets his third he has bowled really well here. West Indies 162/7 in 41.2 oversWicket! Another batsman couldn’t capitalize on the start as J Mohammed (20) becomes H Pandya’s 3rd victim of the day #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201721.34 IST: Umesh to Powell OUT! Powell departs! Back of a length delivery outside off, Powell looks to heave it over mid-wicket but gets a top edge. The ball spoons over the point region. Jadeja goes back from the same region and positions himself under it. Jadhav comes running in from sweeper cover and another fielder runs across from covers but Ravindra calls for it. Judges it well and takes it nicely. Another one bites the dust. India continue to dictate terms.21.26 IST: Powell has been given out caught behind. He has reviewed it and the umpire goes upstairs. He is safe. West Indies 157/5 in 40 oversEnd of Powerplay 2, Windies – 157/5 (J Mohammed 17*, R Powell 1*) #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201721.19 IST: Umesh to Holder OUT! The bowling change works wonders. A soft dismissal there. Umesh bowls it down the leg side, Holder tries to flick it but gets a faint edge. Dhoni dives to his left and takes a nice catch. The Indians go up and the umpire raises his finger abd Holder starts walking. The Windies captain does not review and will be dissapointed in not putting that away. They have lost half their side now.21.12 IST: India defeat Pakistan in the ICC Women’s World Cup by 74 runs. Ekta Bisht finished the match with 18/5 from her 10  21.08 IST: Pandya to Holder FOUR! Short and on leg stump, Holder pulls it fine past the keeper. The ball races to the fine leg fence. A much needed boundary for West Indies. West Indies 147/4 in 37 overs21.03 IST: Mohammed Shami returns to have a  bowl.21.02 IST: Pandya to  Shai OUT!Pandya gets both the Hope brothers for the second time in two matches. Length ball outside off, Hope tries to guide it down to third man but gets an outside edge. Dhoni dives to his right and takes a good catch. Hardik gets his second. It is a big blow for West Indies, just as they would have wanted to accelerate they lose another. West Indies 136/4 in 35 overs Wicket! S Hope, who looked in good touch edged it to Dhoni and departs for 25(39) as H Pandya gets his 2nd wicket of the day #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201720.52 IST: Kuldeep to Mohammed FOUR! Short and outside off, Mohammed slaps it through the off side for a boundary. West Indies 131/3 in 34 overs20.45 IST: Kuldeep to Chase OUT! Almost a replica of the way he got dismissed in the last game. Kuldeep bowls a googly on leg stump, Chase tries to play it through mid-wicket but is beaten and the ball flicks the bails of the stump. Lovely bowling from the youngster. The drift there foxed Chase. Kuldeep gets his second and West Indies are in deep trouble.Wicket maiden by K Yadav. End of over 32, Windies – 121/3 (S Hope 19*, J Mohammed 0*) #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201720.40 IST: West Indies need to step on the gas if they want to post a big total, which looks increasingly unlikely. West Indies 121/2 in 31 overs 20.35 IST:  Roston Chase and Shai Hope on rebuilding mission. West Indies 117/2 in 30 overs Shai Hope 18* Roston Chase 22*End of over 30, Windies – 117/2 (S Hope 18*, R Chase 22*) #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201720.33 IST: Jadeja finishes his 10 overs giving away just 48 runs. West Indies 115/2 in 29 overs.20.29 IST: Kuldeep to Chase FOUR! Flighted ball on middle, Chase goes down on one knee and sweeps it through mid-wicket for a boundary.20.25 IST: West Indies finally reach the 100, have taken26.2 overs to do so.20.22 IST: Indian bowlers keep a tab on the scoreboard. West Indies 97/2 after 25 overs Shai Hope 10* Roston Chase 10*20.21 IST: Jadeja to Shai Four! Tosses it up on off, Chase drives it to long on where Dinesh Kartik makes a meal of it and lets it through his legs for a boundary. Jadeja is not happy with that effort.20.18 IST: Kuldeep gives away just 4 runs in his second over. West Indies 89/2 in 24 overs20.15 IST: Jadeja to Chase FOUR! Full on the pads, Hope lofts it over mid-wicket for a boundary. West Indies 85/2 in 23 oversEnd of over 23, Windies – 85/2 (S Hope 8*, R Chase 0*). Follow live scores in new look match-center https://t.co/by1NEGw4Ds #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201720.13 IST: Kuldeep to Lewsi OUT! uldeep Yadav gets his man in his first over. He has troubled the West Indian batsmen through out. He gives it air, Lewis comes down the track and tries to go straight but gets it off the inner half and the ball lobs to Virat Kohli at mid-wicket who takes a good catching diving forward. Lewis has to depart after getting a start. West Indies 80/2 in 22 overs20.05 IST: Jadeja to Lewsi SIX! That is going, going and gone. Tosses it up on middle, Lewis hits it straight back over the bowlers head for a maximum. He is getting a move on here. West Indies 78/1 in 21 overs20.04 IST: Well not all Hope lost for Wes Indies as Shai walks in after Kyle loss. West Indies 69/1 after 20 overs Shai Hope 2* Evin Lewis 25*20.03 IST: Pandya to Lewis FOUR! Full ball on off, Lewis lofts it straight back past the bowler for a boundary.19.52 IST: Pandya to Kyle OUT! One shot too many. That was needless from Hope. After getting a boundary the previous ball he comes down the track. Hardik bowls it outside off. Kyle tries to go over the off side but slices it in the air towards sweeper who takes an easy catch. The pressure was building on Hope and he has thrown it away. West Indies 60/1 in 18 overs19.51 IST: Pandya to Kyle. FOUR! A tad fuller outside off, Hope moves his front leg out of the way and heaves it through mid on for a boundary.19.46 IST: West Indies finally bring up their 50 at the end of 16 overs. West Indies 51 in 16 overs, Kyle 30* Lewis 17* 19.41 IST: Jadeja to Kyle FOUR! Tosses it up on leg stump, Kyle comes down the track and hits it over mid-wicket for a boundary. Good batting from Hope. West Indies 48/0 in 15 overs4th ODI. 14.2: R Jadeja to K.A. Hope (27), 4 runs, 47/0 https://t.co/tRwdburkSP #WIvIND #TeamIndia- BCCI (@BCCI) July 2, 201719.39 IST: Pandya gives away just one run as West Indies look sluggish after 14 overs. Is this the calm before a storm? the Windies would be hoping so. 19.35 IST: Jadeja to Kyle. SIX!  Shortish length on middle, Lewis pulls it over the square leg region for a maximum. He picked the length early there. First biggie for West Indies. West Indies 42/0 in 13 oversBoth the openers looking comfortable now. End of over 13, Windies – 42/0 (E Lewis 16*, K Hope 22*) #WIvIND- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 201719.33 IST: Indian bowlers keep tightening the screw. West Indies 36/0 in 12 overs 19.27 IST: West Indes are 31/0 after the end of 10 overs, as Jadeja comes on for a bowl.19.22 IST: Shami gives away just one run. West Indies 28/0 in 9 overs 19.16 IST: Umesh to Lewis. Shortish length on middle, Lewis pulls it over the square leg boundary for a maximum. He picked the length early there. First biggie for West Indies. SIX! West Indies 27/0 in 8 overs 19.13 IST: Mohammed Shami bowls another maiden over. West Indies 18/0 in 7 overs19.09 IST: Umesh Yadav continues the good work, gives away just two runs. West Indies 18/0 in 6 overs 19.03 IST: Shami to Kyle FOUR! Length ball on off, Hope punches it to Kohli at mid on and sets off for a run. The Indian skipper has a shy at the non-striker’s end but misses. There is no backing up and the ball goes to the boundary. Five runs for West Indies. Sloppy from India. West Indies 16/0 in 5 overs19.01 IST: Umesh Yadav is not be left behind, bowls another maiden. West Indies 7/0 in 4 overs  18.57 IST:  Mohammed Shami bowls a maiden. West Indies 7/0 in 3 overs  18.49 IST: Umesh Yadav shares the new ball, gives away just 2 runs. West Indies 7/0 in 2 overs  18.45 IST: Shami to Lewis FOUR! Short and wide outside off, Lewis cuts it through point for a boundary. First runs for Windies and it comes in the form of a boundary. West Indies 5/0 in 1 over18.39 IST: Thankfully, it was a passing shower. The covers are being peeled off now. We can expect a start to the game pretty soon. Evin Lewis and Kyle Hope will open the batting for West Indies. Mohammed Shami will start the proceedings with the ball. He is playing an ODI after the 2015 World Cup. Let’s see how he fares today. Two slips in place.18.22 IST: Heavy rain in Antigua as the covers have been brought on.18.11 IST: The silverware at stake.Here are the two captains posing with the silverware #WIvIND pic.twitter.com/zfSyn9nyfB- BCCI (@BCCI) July 2, 201718.07 IST: Changes aplenty for India.India : Ajinkya Rahane, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli(c), Dinesh Karthik, MS Dhoni(w), Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Kuldeep Yadav, Umesh Yadav, Mohammed ShamiWest Indies : Evin Lewis, Kyle Hope, Shai Hope(w), Roston Chase, Jason Mohammed, Jason Holder(c), Rovman Powell, Ashley Nurse, Devendra Bishoo, Alzarri Joseph, Kesrick WilliamsIND XI: A Rahane, S Dhawan, V Kohli, D Karthik, MS Dhoni, K Jadhav, H Pandya, R Jadeja, K Yadav, U Yadav, M Shami- BCCI (@BCCI) July 2, 2017WI XI: E Lewis, K.A. Hope, S Hope, R Chase, J Mohammed, J Holder, R Powell, A Nurse, D Bishoo, A Joseph, K Williams- BCCI (@BCCI) July 2, 201718.06 IST: West Indies win toss, elect to bat.The Indian women’s cricket team are taking on Pakistan.India will aim to grab an unassailable 3-0 lead when they take on West Indies in the fourth match of the ongoing five-match ODI series at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium at Antigua today.Morning folks! Before you gear up for today’s 4th ODI, relive some of the wonderful hits from our Windies batsmen in the last ODI #WIvIND pic.twitter.com/UE7YmZOorI- CricketWestIndies (@westindies) July 2, 2017Although the opening game of the series was washed out, the Indians have comprehensively dominated the subsequent two One-Day Internationals (ODI) to take a 2-0 lead.The visitors won the second ODI in Port of Spain by a huge 105-run margin before scripting a 93-run victory at this venue on Friday.The difference in quality between third ranked India and the hosts who are at a lowly ninth in the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) ODI ladder was quite clear.The Indians have not really performed at their optimal level so far. Their batting has not managed to generate good starts and the middle-overs have not been too great either.However, the experiment to promote Kedar Jadhav up the order paid off in the second ODI as he smashed 40 runs off 26 balls to help India to a respectable total of 251/4 in their allotted 50 overs.The 32-year-old gave excellent support to the veteran Mahendra Singh Dhoni who showed glimpses of his vintage hard hitting self to give the Indian innings a much needed momentum towards the end.Opener Ajinkya Rahane has also been in excellent form, notching up a century in the second match before coming up with a patient half-century to help the visitors recover from a poor start on Friday.However, the level of application from the other batsmen has been poor at times.The Indian bowlers have performed satisfactorily, specially fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar and left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav.The West Indies on the other hand, have struggled quite a bit. Despite playing in their home conditions, the hosts have not been up to the mark in both batting and bowling.The lack of experience in the young squad led by pacer Jason Holder is one of the factors responsible for the poor performance by the hosts.However, they have nothing to lose and good performances in the remaining couple of matches in this series will give them some much needed confidence as they seek to qualify for the 2019 ODI World Cup.last_img read more