WI vs. AUS: Evin Lewis and Sheldon Cottrell sweep West Indies, Caribbean 4-1 in five-match series

The West Indies beat Australia by 16 runs in the final of the five-match T20I series. With this win, the Caribbean won the series 4-1. West Indies batted first and scored 199 runs in 20 overs. In response, Australia were able to score only 183 runs for the loss of 9 wickets. Captain Aaron Finch scored the most runs for the Kangaroo team.

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Chasing a 200-run target, Australia were not good enough and Jose Philip returned to Sheldon Cottrell’s ball pavilion without opening an account. Subsequently, in-form batsman Mitchell Marsh added 37 for the second wicket with captain Finch, but made a major contribution to the West Indies by dismissing Andre Russell Marsh. Captain Finch, 34, who seemed to be stuck in the crease, returned to the pavilion where Fabian Allen was caught in the process in the process of hitting Walsh with a big shot. After a good innings of 21 runs, Moises Henriques, who appeared in rhythm, was unlucky to run out. After this, the team repeatedly lost wickets and in the 20 overs allotted, the team managed to score only 183 runs for the loss of 9 wickets. Sheldon Cottrell and Andre Russell took three wickets each for the Caribbean team.

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West Indies captain Nicholas Pooran won the toss and elected to bat for the first time in the series. Fletcher (16) and Evin Lewis (79) put on a brilliant start and added 40 runs for the first wicket. Clean bowl thrown by Fletcher Adam Jampa. Chris Gayle, who came to the crease after the aftermath, showed his demeanor and gave up 21 runs in just 6 balls. Gayle, however, was unable to turn this stormy start into a big innings and fell victim to Swapson. Captain Pooran also hit some powerful shots and played a valuable innings of 31 runs with the help of one four and three sixes. However, in the last overs, Andre Russell (1) and Fabian Allen () did nothing special with the bat. Australia’s Andrew Tye picked up a maximum of 3 wickets, while Mitchell Marsh and Adam Jampa took two wickets each.

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