West Indies v India - 3rd Test match - West Indies’ First Innings Analysis

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West Indies v’ First Innings Analysis
The third and final Test match between India and West Indies ended in a draw, at the Windsor Park, Roseau, Dominica in West Indies, on Sunday, July 10, 2011. The series was won by the visitors by a margin of 1-0.
Although India was expected to win the series, there was some character shown by the Caribbean Kings, especially in the final Test match.
The hosts were put into bat after India’s captain,, won the toss and decided to field. There was some assistance for the seamers in the pitch, which forced the visitors to take this decision.
West Indies managed 204 runs in their first innings, courtesy some impressive performance by promising youngster
Most of the first day was washed away due to rain. Only 31.1 overs were bowled on the first day on Wednesday, July 6, and the hosts lost three batsmen for 75 runs on the board during the process.
Debutant, who didn’t have an ideal series against India.
Pollard struggled in his outing and faced 23 balls for his three runs. This was his first Test match and the pressure seemed to be too, who got out after collecting 12 runs.
Another debutant,, who has been struggling to score runs in the recent past.
Edwards was sent back to the pavilion after scoring just six runs from 29 deliveries, leaving the Windies struggling at 35/3.
However, the innings was stabilised by Bravo and one of the most experienced player in the Caribbean, The pair remained unbeaten until rain stopped play on first day.
They resumed the innings on 75/3 on day-two of the match on Thursday, 7 July. The veteran batsman was unable to convert his start into a significant performance, getting out for 23 runs. also failed to make an impression and was dismissed cheaply for nine runs, leaving his side in deep trouble at 99/5.
Things looked grim for the hosts at that stage of the innings, but Bravo and Baugh expressed a lot of maturity in their respective outings. The pair put together 59 runs for the sixth-wicket partnership, guiding their team to a respectable position.
Both players scored half-centuries in their respective knocks and got out for 50 and 60. A quick-fire 20 from the West Indies’ captain,, guided the team’s total to 204 in the end. dismissed a couple of batsmen



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