Having won first Test by 318 runs, India are runaway favourites going into second and final match at Sabina Park against a team that neither showed resolve nor aptitude required to put up a sustained fight in five-day cricket
Rishabh Pant will be desperate to pay back the faith reposed in him by the team management when India look to steamroll West Indies with another dominant show in the second World Test championship encounter starting on Friday. “The conditions here are good and the pitch also looks good. We are expecting another good performance,” bowling coach Bharath Arun said on Wednesday. Jasprit Bumrah (match haul of 6 wickets) and Ishant Sharma (8 wickets) exposed the opposition’s technical frailties and they will be gunning for more in the second game.
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August 30, 2019