Cricket News sort by West Indies tour of Australia 2015

The last time India met Australia in a one-day international, a rather familiar script played out.

The three match Frank Worrell Trophy again ended up being a disappointingly one-sided affair. West Indies went to Australia as the underdogs and performed as a side that was no match for the world champions

Australia defeated West Indies 2-0 in the three match Test series, with the final match at Sydney, a heavily rain-hit game, being drawn. We take a look at the best performers in the lopsided series

At 104 for 1 in the 35th over, West Indies looked in some sort of control over Australia for the first time in the series

AUS vs WI 3rd Test: Going into the third Test, the big question is not whether West Indies can push for a consolation win, but if West Indies can somehow avoid a 3-0 embarrassment.

The formalities were completed on Day four of the Boxing Day Test as Australia trumped an under-par West Indian side by 177 runs to clinch the Frank Worrell Trophy with one match in hand

Australia strengthened their position further on day three of the Boxing Day Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), on a day when West Indies finally showed a semblance of resistance, with the bat.

Australia continued to maintain the stranglehold they held over West Indies in the first Test by putting up another domineering performance with the bat

Boxing Day Tests are usually played between two high profile sides. Twenty years ago, the clash between Australia and West Indies would have fit into that category