Cricket News sort by India tour of West Indies 2016

The second practice match between India and West Indies Cricket Board President’s XI ended in a draw on day three as the hosts held on to a draw in spite of crucial strikes by Ravichandran Ashwin

India reached 364 all-out, in response to WICB President’s XI first-innings score of 180, on day two of the three-day practice match at St.Kitts on Friday

In their second practice match of the tour, India ended day one of the match against WICB President's XI at 93 for 3 after having bowled out the opposition for 180. Spin did most of the damage on the day as Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja

As India prepare for the four Test series against West Indies, they would be placing high hopes on experienced off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin. Although the slow bowler has not done all that well away from home

India's Test pace spearhead, Ishant Sharma, has accepted that he did not do justice to his place when selected in the one-day format.

The two-day practice match between India and WICB President's XI ended in an expected draw. But, not before the two teams got some useful practice out in the middle. Having declared their innings on 258 for 6 on the opening day,

India made 258 for 6 on the opening day of the practice match between India and West Indies Cricket Board President's XI at Basseterre on Saturday

Team India have arrived in West Indies as favourites to win the four-Test series. As such, the visitors would be extremely disappointed if they do not put up an impressive performance. Having said that West Indies

Having arrived in West Indies, with much hoopla and plenty of controversy surrounding the appointment of new coach Anil Kumble, team India will now be keen to get down to business.