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India captain Virat Kohli, in no uncertain terms, stated that his team was not going to win matches if they fielded the way they did in the second T20I against West Indies at

Having pulled off their highest chase in T20Is, against West Indies at Hyderabad, hosts India will aim to clinch the series with a victory in the second match at Thiruvananthapuram

Wicket-keeper batsman Sanju Samson has been named as replacement for injured Shikhar Dhawan in the T20I squad that will take on West Indies in a three-match series. Dhawan ended up getting a deep cut on his left knee during a Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy match against Maharashtra, BCCI informed. After assessing the left-hander’s condition, BCCI’s medical team concluded that Dhawan would not be fit for the T20Is, as the injury would take time to heal.

Former Australia captain Steve Smith, who was handed a one-year ban for ball-tampering, played down the lighter ban of four matches given to West Indian wicket-keeper batsman Nicholas Pooran for a similar offence.

India completed a 2-0 victory over West Indies with yet another comprehensive triumph at Jamaica by 257 runs. The victory made Virat Kohli India's most successful Test captain

Jasprit Bumrah, on Saturday, became only the third Indian after Harbhajan Singh and Irfan Pathan to claim a hat-trick in Test cricket.

The opening day of the second Test at Sabina Park in Jamaica wasn't dominated by India in the way they were expected to but they were still a competitive 264 for 5 at stumps.

India will head into the second and final Test of the series against West Indies as favourites and, on a high, as the teams meet at Sabina Park in Jamaica.

India rolled over a miserable West Indies for 100 in merely 26.5 overs on Sunday to clinch the opening Test in Antigua by an impressive margin of 318. After Ajinkya Rahane notched up his first Test century in two years, and Hanuma Vihari narrowly missed out on one, Jasprit Bumrah ran through West Indies to finish with exceptional figures of 5 for 7.