3) Can West Indies pose a fightback?
In the first test match, in Antigua, West Indies were overwhelmed by an emphatic performance from the visitors. They put in an amateurish performance and were outplayed in every department as India romped to an innings victory.
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The second match seemed to be heading along similar lines, until the final day. West Indies were 4 wickets down in their second innings, still 256 runs in arrears. India were expected to walk to another victory.
However, Roston Chase stepped up with an unbeaten century to go with his 5 wicket haul, earlier in the match. He had able support from Shane Dowrich and Jason Holder. The trio put in a thorough professional appearance and save the match.
On the first day of the third test match, West Indies once again, posed a fight. India were reduced to 5 wickets down for only 126. However, things went downhill from there, for the hosts.
It remains to be seen which West Indies turn up for the final match. The happy go lucky amateurs or the seasoned professionals.