The West Indies recorded a rare win against Australia in the 2nd ODI. Image courtesy of bigpondsport.com
The West Indies defeated Australia in a One Day International for the first time in more than five years with their 5 wicket win in the 2nd ODI, and will be looking to follow that success up with another victory on Tuesday. Set a modest target of 158 off 40 overs to win, the Windies cruised to a five wicket win with Keiron Pollard powering the chase with an unbeaten 47. Darren Bravo hasn't really got going in the series so far and the home side will be looking for him to get a big score.
The Aussies have struggled on the slow Kingstown pitch and openers Shane Watson and David Warner were unable to get them off to the quick start that they have been famous for in recent times. Spin bowler Nathan Lyon is set to return to the Australian team after sitting out the first two matches, with Peter Forrest to make way. Pacemen James Pattinson and Ben Hilfenhaus will also come into consideration if they recover from injury in time.
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