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West Indies win toss, put India to bat in 3rd ODI

West Indies win toss, put India to bat in 3rd ODI

Comprehensively beaten by 105 runs in the second match in Trinidad five days earlier following a rain-ruined no-result to start the series, West Indies took early advantage of the pitch conditions which made free scoring hard. For West Indies, it was Cummins who bagged two wickets in the process while Holder and Bishoo scalped one apiece during the course. The hosts came into the series after ending their three-match series against Afghanistan at 1-1.

Rain washed out the opening game at Queen's Park Oval and threatened to affect the second contest at the same venue but the weather gods relented.

The live broadcast of the India vs West Indies 3rd ODI will start at 6:30 PM (IST). After winning the toss and electing to bowl first Indian bowlers did very well to restrict West Indies woman at 183, "the favourite score in a India-West Indies World Cup match". Other batsmen like Evin Lewis, Jason Holder, Roston Chase too need to play vital role in the must win match for them.

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Among the bowlers, off-spinner Ashley Nurse managed to test the famed Indian line-up to a certain extent.

Early look at the pitch here in #Antigua. Alternatively you can sign in to watch Australia against New Zealand on Sky Sports Xtra and the iPad, while South Africa's match against West Indies will be available on the iPad only from 10.20am. As per latest Pitch report at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium states more clearly sounds like a batting pitch.


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