West Indies opener Chris Gayle will be out of action until the end of the year as he recovers from surgery on his back.
Australia will head to England for The Ashes in confident mood after wrapping up a 2-0 victory over West Indies.
Australia look set to wrap a victory over West Indies in the second Test after a dominant performance on the third day.
Australia's Steve Smith fell just short of a double century as the West Indies struggled in their second Test reply.
Another century from Steve Smith put Australia in command after the opening day of the second Test against West Indies.
Australia captain Michael Clarke believes his team need to be more clinical to complete a clean sweep against the West Indies.
Curtly Ambrose lifts the lid on his former West Indies pals. Can you guess who the worst trainer was?
See how Australia fare in their final Test before The Ashes as they tackle West Indies at Sabina Park.
West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin believes they have learnt a harsh lesson from the first Test defeat by Australia.
Australia claimed a nine-wicket win over the West Indies at Windsor Park on the third day of the first Test in Dominica.
Adam Voges became the oldest player to score a Test ton on debut as Australia took firm control of the first Test with West Indies.
Australia established a slim advantage in the first Test against West Indies as 13 wickets fell on day one in Dominica.
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West Indies and Australia begin the first of two Tests in Dominica on Wednesday with the tourists hot favourites to win.
Australia opener Chris Rogers will miss this week’s first Test against West Indies in Roseau.
Pace legend Curtly Ambrose talks Dale Steyn, Windies' current seamers and the challenge of Australia.
Curtly Ambrose says Colin Graves' words gave the West Indies great motivation in the recent Test series against England.
Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers are brilliant batsmen, but who has the edge? We want to hear from YOU.
Phil Simmons has criticised Colin Graves after he described West Indies as "mediocre" ahead of the Test series against England.
Darren Bravo’s 82 helped West Indies claim a five-wicket win in the third Test against England to draw the series 1-1.