West Indies

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West Indies plays ODI, Test and T20 cricket at international level. Denesh Ramdin is the Test captain and Jason Holder is the captain of the team for ODIs.

Former Ireland coach Phil Simmons is named as the new coach of West Indies. He will begin his tenure from the three-Test home series against England. West Indies are without a head coach since December 2014 when they sacked Ottis Gibson. Simmons has signed a three-year deal with West Indies Cricket Board (WICB).

Upcoming Tours/Matches

World Cup History

West Indies have won the first two World Cups - 1975 and 1979. They have failed to reach the semi-finals since 1996.

West Indies lost in the quarter-finals of the 2015 World Cup to New Zealand. For their performance in the World Cup, visit West Indies in 2015 World Cup.

Records

World Cup Records

Highest by No. 7 batsman in World Cup matches: On 16 Feb 2015, Darren Sammy scored the highest by a No. 7 batsman in World Cup matches. He scored 89(67) in the loss against Ireland at ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.

Team Records

Twenty20 Internationals

  • Most wins against a team: 9 against England
  • Partnership runs: Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels has 572 partnership runs between them, the highest for West Indies in T20 Internationals.