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India vs West Indies ODI: India won 148 runs, took a clear 3-0 advantage

Choosing the “bat”, “India A” scored a total of 295 points for 6 in
the selected 50 frames, and then knocked out the hosts to 147 for
34.2 rounds.

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Skipper Manish Pandey spent an impressive century, while
Krunal Pandya took five wickets to lead India A to victory over
West Indies A in a race 148 times in the third unofficial ODI and
gain an unbeatable 3-match in five matches in Antigua.


Choosing the “bat”, “India A” scored a total of 295 points for 6 in
the selected 50 frames, and then knocked out the hosts to 147
for 34.2 rounds.


Although visitors lost their newcomer Anmolpreet Singh for
nothing, another batsman Shubman Gill (77 of 81 balls) and
one at the bottom of Shreyas Iyer (47 of 69 balls) divided the
valuable rack for 109 runs for the second wicket.


After that, Pandey continued from where Gill left, gaining 100
points for just 87 deliveries.

Pandey added 110 clean runs with Hanuma Vihari (29) for the
fourth wicket.


In pursuit of 296 victories, the hosts started well: John Campbell
(21 years old) and Sunil Ambris (30 years old) made 51 runs for
the first wicket.

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But soon, Kronal (5/25) dribbled the batting line to deploy the
West Indies in less than 150 runs.


Lowering the order, Kimo Paul (34 years old) tried to offer some
resistance, but in the end it was a pleasant victory for the Indians.


India A won two previous matches in Coolidge (65 races) on
July 11 and in North Sound (65 races) on July 14.

The fourth and fifth unofficial ODI between the two sides will be
played in Coolidge on Friday and Sunday, respectively.

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