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T20 Cricket Update: West Indies chase 191 for win in match with India

Published:Sunday | July 9, 2017 | 12:00 AM
India's wicket keeper MS Dhoni celebrates taking the catch to dismiss West Indies' captain Jason Holder during their fourth One Day International cricket match at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua and Barbuda.

West Indies have been set 191 to win their on-going one-off Twenty20 International against India at Sabina Park.

Spearheaded by fast bowlers Jerome Taylor and rookie Keswick Williams, the regional men held India to 190 for six off their allotment of overs.

The Indians had got off to a flier and were at one stage 150 for two in the 16th over before second spells from Taylor and Williams help to slow the scoring rate down.

Taylor, who opened the bowling along with Samuel Badree, finished with two for 31, and Williams two for 42. Off-spinner Marlon Samuels one for 32 also provided support.

Middle-order batsman Denish Karthik 48, captain and opener Virat Kholi, 39, and Rishabh Pant, 38, made most runs.

The West Indies are seeking to salvage some pride after losing the one-day international series 3-1 at the same venue last Thursday.