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England have been allowed two three-day warm-up games after a two month break, so there is a danger of ring-rust, but the West Indies have a different problem.
Australia were favourites to become the first side ever to whitewash the West Indies at home after setting Lara's side the task of scoring the highest fourth innings total to win a Test match ever.
It provides fresh insights not only into Dutch colonial policy in the West Indies but also into the response of Protestant and Catholic communities pursuing Christian mission amid the complexities of two West Indian slave societies.
West Indies batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan, 19, scored an unbeaten 84 on his Test debut to help the hosts to a first innings total of 398.
Barbados [West Indies], Jan 26 ( ANI ): Form West Indies Test captain Chris Gayle has been named in the World Cup qualifiers squad, even as other big names to play in the Pakistan T20 Super League (PSL).
Ali was unbeaten on 52 and Asad Shafiq five not out as Pakistan reached 114-1 at stumps, increasing their lead to 342 after dismissing West Indies for 224 in their first innings.
Set to play five ODIs, a Twenty20 and three Tests, the West Indies playerspulled outof the series on October 17, 2014, after the fourth ODI in Dharamsala.
The West Indies cut their Indian trip short after the fourth one-day international due to an internal contract dispute.
November 28: West Indies vs England; South Africa vs India; Australia vs Sri Lanka; Bangladesh vs Pakistan.
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