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A remarkable fightback by Zimbabwe saw them beat the West Indies via Duckworth-Lewis and reach Sunday's triangular series final.
Sri Lanka clung on for a one-run ODI win over the West Indies to secure a spot in the final of the triangular series.
Shai Hope hit his maiden ODI century but the West Indies were stunned as Zimbabwe fought back to earn a tie in Bulawayo.
West Indies produced a disciplined bowling performance to open their tri-series with a 62-run victory over Sri Lanka in Harare.
Darren Bravo has been dropped by the West Indies after calling the team's top official a "big idiot" in a Twitter rant.
West Indies secured their first away Test win for four years by rattling off the 39 runs they needed on day five of a dramatic clash against Pakistan.
Jason Holder and Kraigg Brathwaite led the charge as the West Indies closed in on victory in the third Test against Pakistan.
Kraigg Brathwaite carried his bat, finishing on 142, as the West Indies gained the upper hand in the third Test against Pakistan.
Opener Kraigg Brathwaite struck an unbeaten 95 to keep Pakistan at bay on day two of the third and final Test, in Sharjah.
Four late wickets for the West Indies gave them the best of the opening day of the third Test against Pakistan in Sharjah.
Yasir Shah took six wickets to spin Pakistan to a 133-run win over the West Indies in the second Test, securing a series win.
Pakistan are six wickets from a series-clinching victory over the West Indies in the second Test heading into the final day.
Azhar Ali and Sami Aslam hit fifties as Pakistan improved their lead to 342 over West Indies on day three of the second Test.
Two wickets in the final two overs put Pakistan firmly in control of the second Test against West Indies in Abu Dhabi.
Younus Khan hit a hundred as Pakistan closed day one of the second Test against the West Indies in Abu Dhabi on 304-4.
Pakistan defeated West Indies by 56 runs to triumph in the day-night Test in Dubai, despite a superb century from Darren Bravo.
Devendra Bishoo took 8-49 in the Pakistan second innings to give the West Indies an outside chance of securing a stunning victory