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- The West Indies have not beaten Australia in any match, Test, ODI or T20 since 1997 and Tony Cozier says its time for them to show their worth

By Tony Cozier

ON the face of it, West Indies’ recent records in Australia place into numbing context what they might expect on their return for five ODIs and a one-off Twenty 20, the first of which is at the WACA ground in Perth on Friday.

They have not beaten Australia down-under in any match – Test, ODI or Twenty20 – since 1997; the debit sheet for ODIs on the last three trips shows 13 defeats, none by less than 50 runs, one by 216, another by 113, one eight wickets. Even as recently  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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