Darren Sammy urges West Indies to whitewash New Zealand in Test series

Darren Sammy is happy with his side’s performance in the bilateral series against New Zealand AFP

By CricketCountry Staff

Kingston: Aug 2, 2012


West Indies captain Darren Sammy on Wednesday expressed his confidence that his side will be able to register a clean sweep over New Zealand, ahead of their second Test at the Sabina Park in Kingston.

“It s just half the job done in the series. We ve got another Test match and we are going to play to win,” Sammy said.

“It s a long while we haven t won two Test matches in a row so we re looking forward to playing here.”

The West Indies captain is happy with his side s performance in the bilateral series against New Zealand, as they whitewashed the Kiwis in two Twenty20 internationals and won the ODI series 4-1.

“We ve responded quite well under pressure throughout this series and we re doing some good things. The guys are more aware of the job at hand,” Sammy was quoted as saying by sportslive.co.za

“We re making more right decisions on the cricket field. We re winning the key moments in the matches and hence we re winning some games.”

“The work we ve put in over the last year or two is finally coming together. It s something we just have to be consistent at and this game starting tomorrow, we should look to do the same,” he concluded.