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Russell, Gabriel injured as Windies crushed

Open­er Joe Root scored a fine un­beat­en cen­tu­ry to steer Eng­land to a crush­ing eight-wick­et vic­to­ry over the West In­dies in their ICC 2019 World Cup match at Southamp­ton, a re­sult which makes the Windies' road to the last four very rocky from here.

Root hit 11 fours off 100 balls as Eng­land, chas­ing a mod­est 213 for vic­to­ry, got there with 17 overs to spare to pile on the pres­sure for Windies skip­per Ja­son Hold­er and his team, who will now have to win their re­main­ing five match­es to have a chance of get­ting to the play­off phase.

Brathwaite calls out umpires after ‘dodgy’ decisions

NOT­TING­HAM —West In­dies all-rounder Car­los Brath­waite is frus­trat­ed over the “dodgy” um­pir­ing dur­ing his side's 15-run loss to Aus­tralia and is al­so ques­tion­ing why his team does not get as many lbw de­ci­sions as their op­po­nents.

West In­dies over­turned four calls by the two um­pires in Thurs­day’s match at Trent Bridge, in­clud­ing two in three balls against open­er Chris Gayle in the third over of the in­nings by Aussie pac­er Mitchell Starc.

Windies 'bump out' Pakistan in W/Cup opener

It wasn't a case of Pak­istan Zind­abad but a case of Pak­istan play­ing bad, as West In­dies of old came to Trent Bridge to whip Pak­istan by sev­en wick­ets in their first match of the 2019 ICC World Cup in Eng­land yes­ter­day.

The In­ter­na­tion­al Crick­et Coun­cil (ICC) had put a no­tice in the me­dia cen­tre that lunch would be served be­tween the hours of 2 pm to 4 pm ear­li­er in the day. Well, we didn't even get to that, as the game was fin­ished be­fore lunch.

T&T to host CPL opener and final

The Hero Caribbean Premier T20 tournament will bowl off in Trinidad when the defending champions the Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR) comes up against the St. Kitts/Nevis Patriots at 6pm on September 4. 

The venue for this match is still to be decided as General Secretary of Queen's Park Cricket Club Colin Murray said that negotiations are still underway as far as hosting the matches at the Mecca of local cricket.

Here's the Trinbago Knight Riders' team for CPL 2019

Dwayne and Darren Bravo, Keiron Pollard, Sunil Narine, Colin Munro and Ali Khan, are all in the Trinbago Knight Riders' (TKR) team for the 2019 edition of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

The list of 17 players was confirmed following today's draft in London.

Dwayne Bravo's retention to the team came as a surprise to many, after he posted on Tuesday that he would not be playing for the TKR this year.

"No TKR for me this season guys sorry but I have "de nuff" of the cussing. I need to enjoy my time now good luck TKR fans," Bravo had said via an Instagram post.

Bravo: "No TKR for me this season"

Captain of the Trinbago Knight Riders and three-time Caribbean Premier League winner, Dwayne Bravo, has announced that he will not be playing with the Trinbago Knight Riders this season.

Bravo made the announcement via his Instagram account on Tuesday, one day before the CPL draft takes place in London on Wednesday.

He wrote: "No TKR for me this season guys sorry but I have "de nuff" of the cussing. I need to enjoy my time now good luck TKR fans."

His message came under a video post also on Instagram, in which he raised questions about where he would play.

Record 536 players from 20 overseas countries in CPL draft

The final list of players who have made themselves available for the 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League has been sent to teams ahead of the draft which will take place in London on 22 May 2019. 

The number of players that have put their names forward for the draft has increased yet again in 2019, as has the number of countries from which the overseas players are from.

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