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 Blue Shirts maintained their unbeaten record in the ICC T20 World Cup against their arch rival Green Shirts by grabbing the match easily with a big margin.
The strong batting line up of India surrendered against the fierce fast bowling of South Africa as the hosts won the consecutive game and the series.
The ace opening batsman of India, Shikhar Dhawan, blasted his fifth ODI ton of the year, as West Indies surrendered the final ODI and series against the hosts.
The world no.1, India, continued with their superb team work in the opening ODI against West Indies while outplaying the rivals in all departments of the game.
Ajinkya Rahane and Shane Watson demonstrated an excellent batting for Rajasthan Royals at a difficult strip as their bowlers let CSK down in the 1st semi final.
CSK tasted their maiden defeat in pool B when they were humiliated by the strong Trinidad & Tobago, well led by the all round performance of Lendl Simmons.
MS Dhoni made a difference between the two teams with his spicy fifty and Suresh Raina played an anchor’s role as Chennai Super Kings beat Sunrisres Hyderabad.
A thorough professional approach by the top order batsmen of Chennai Super Kings took their team to a comfortable victory vs. Titans in the 3rd game of CL T20.
India A outplayed South Africa A in all departments of the game in the first unofficial Test and the home team surrendered to the visitors with a big margin.