West Indies will begin their current tour to India with a five match One Day International series which will commence from October, 8, 2014, at Kochi.
The Lankan Lions well led by Angelo Mathews and Lahiru Thirimanne followed by a deadly bowling spell by Lasith Malinga conquered the Windies in the semi final.
The Caribbeans marched towards the semi final spot with a superb team work whereas the Green Shirts surrendered an important game without exhibiting any fight.
Darren Sammy led his troops from the front with his astonishing unbeaten knock whereas Chris Gayle assisted him well as the Caribbeans toppled the Kangaroos.
The visiting Englishmen exhibited more discipline with their superb team work in the third ODI against West Indies who lost the game not before giving a fight.
The English bowlers crushed the solid looking batting of the West Indies who were bowled out cheaply and the visitors achieved the target easily in the end.
Dwayne Bravo led his side from the front with an all round performance and defeated England by a narrow margin besides a superb ton from Michael Lumb on debut.
West Indies outclassed Ireland who was unable to set a reasonable target while batting first and the hosts chased it at ease with plenty of overs to spare.
The Windies batsmen struck against the Kiwis as Kirk Edwards along with his skipper, Dwayne Bravo, smashed tons and their bowlers won the game for the visitors.
A brilliant innings from the West Indian all rounder, Darren Sammy, brought his team an astonishing win against the Black Caps in a low scoring encounter.