Cricket

India put into bat by Windies

2013-07-05 16:00
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Port of Spain - West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo won the toss and put India in to bat in the fourth match of the Celkon Mobile Cup Tri-Nation Series at Queen's Park Oval on Friday.

Bravo's return to the team after missing the victory over India at Sabina Park five days earlier with a groin strain means that Devon Smith is omitted from the final XI in the only change to the team.

Victory for the West Indies will confirm a place in the final on July 11.

India, who need a victory to stay alive in the tournament, have recalled Bhuveshwar Kumar, who is back in the side at the expense of Shami Ahmed in a straight swap of fast-medium bowlers.

Teams:

West Indies: D.J. Bravo (captain), C. Gayle, J. Charles, M. Samuels, D. M. Bravo, K. Pollard, D. Ramdin, D. Sammy, S. Narine, K. Roach, T. Best.

India: V. Kohli (captain), R. Sharma, S. Dhawan, M. Vijay, D. Karthik, S. Raina, R. Jadeja, R. Ashwin, B. Kumar, I. Sharma, U. Yadav.

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