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Why are West Indies losing cricket matches?

Posted September 09, 2018 09:05:53 The West Indies are in a losing streak of five matches.

The series has been cancelled by the ICC for three weeks and will not be resumed until the end of the week.

The West Indian side has lost four of their six Tests.

They are the only team in the series to have lost a match.

The latest was the West Indies’ first Test defeat to the Zimbabwean team in Kingston, which was their only defeat in six Tests since the beginning of the tournament.

The team has not lost a Test since March 2016, when they were eliminated from the tournament by Australia.

It is the first time they have been eliminated from a series in the last four years.

West Indies captain Virat Kohli says it is difficult to see how the team can survive without their coach.

“We have to play the series as it is, and then we will see,” he said.

The West Indians have played four Tests against Zimbabwe in their three-year tenure at the Royal London Cricket Ground. “

The players are in good spirits and they have a lot of faith in their coach.”

The West Indians have played four Tests against Zimbabwe in their three-year tenure at the Royal London Cricket Ground.

Kohli said his team had to work hard to recover from the loss of Mitchell Johnson in the third Test of the tour to Australia, while captain Viraj Singh has not played since his suspension.

“That was a big blow for us because we were really good at that point in time,” Kohli told the BBC.

“He was playing well at the time. “

“So we had to keep our heads down and try and do the job that we needed to do to get ourselves back in that position and to give the team that extra bit of speed that we were lacking.” “

Johnson’s exit from the match after three wickets down had left the West Indians needing to play six overs to win the match, and they lost a toss after being bowled for a duck and then for two wickets for a six-run defeat. “

So we had to keep our heads down and try and do the job that we needed to do to get ourselves back in that position and to give the team that extra bit of speed that we were lacking.”

Johnson’s exit from the match after three wickets down had left the West Indians needing to play six overs to win the match, and they lost a toss after being bowled for a duck and then for two wickets for a six-run defeat.

Kohl said the team’s confidence was damaged by the loss.

“There are certain things that you have to work on. “

“You have to focus on what you can control, and we’ve worked on that and we have had a great performance against Zimbabwe, so we have a good chance of winning the series.” “

He said the West Indian team’s coach, Paul Trimble, had been working with Johnson and the other captains to regain their form. “

You have to focus on what you can control, and we’ve worked on that and we have had a great performance against Zimbabwe, so we have a good chance of winning the series.”

He said the West Indian team’s coach, Paul Trimble, had been working with Johnson and the other captains to regain their form.

“Paul is working really hard and he’s giving everything,” he added.

Trimble is the last person to leave the West India team and is expected to leave on Sunday.

West Indian captain Virjoo Katwala said his side had a chance of getting back into the series, but had to fight to do so.

“If we can get back in the match on Sunday and get back to winning ways and win the series I think we have the chance,” he told the ABC.

“As a team, we have to concentrate on the game and work hard for that.” “

West Indies coach Virat Shah is set to leave West Indies after his three-match suspension for the West African Cricket Association (WACA) over a domestic corruption scandal. “

As a team, we have to concentrate on the game and work hard for that.”

West Indies coach Virat Shah is set to leave West Indies after his three-match suspension for the West African Cricket Association (WACA) over a domestic corruption scandal.

Shah, who is in charge of the West Australian team, was suspended by the CA in October for five matches, which included the two Tests against Australia, for “unlawful conduct”.

The West Australian side has already lost five Test matches in the current series, including the two losses to Australia.

They lost two Tests to Zimbabwe in Kingston and were eliminated by the hosts in March.

West Indians are set to host Zimbabwe in Perth on Saturday.

West African Premier League (WALP) chief executive Mohamed Ould-Olukolade said the suspension of Shah would affect the West Australians chances of winning a series.

“While the suspensions for Shah and the WACA are the subject of an ongoing judicial process, we hope that the West Africans will be able to overcome these challenges and reach a strong, healthy and successful outcome in the West Asia Premier League,” he wrote in a statement.

“WALPs success is due to the strength of its players and the commitment of its board to its players, the WALP, the players and