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  • 5:02 PM IST

    IT’S ALL OVER! India beat West Indies by nine wicket in the 5th ODI as they chase down 105 runs in 14.5 overs. India claim the series 3-1 – their sixth straight series win at home.

  • 4:59 PM IST

    With a four, Virat Kohli brings up the hundred runs for India. Just two runs more needed for the victory now

  • 4:52 PM IST

    Rohit Sharma has scored yet another half-century – his 37th of ODI career. India 84/1 in 12 overs, chasing 105

  • 4:43 PM IST

    SIX no. 200 for Rohit Sharma in ODIs – deposits the second delivery from Holder into the deep-midwicket stands to move to 30 off 37

  • 4:42 PM IST

    With a four, Rohit Sharma brings up his fifty-run partnership with Virat Kohli. Jason Holder looks uncomfortable after delivering the ball. India 56/1 in 10.1 overs

  • 4:39 PM IST

    Brilliant on-drive from Virat Kohli as he brings up the 50 for India. India 52/1 in 9.3 overs, chasing 105

  • 4:31 PM IST

    Rohit Sharma caught behind off a no-ball! Luck is not on the side of Oshane Thomas today. First a simple catch was dropped off his bowling and now he has induced an edge from Rohit but he has stepped over the line. Rohit was walking off when the decision was made. Relief for the Indian opener

  • 4:29 PM IST

    Beautifully hit by Rohit Sharma for his first six of the innings. Oshane Thomas fires in 140kph thunderbolt and Rohit just lifts it over long-off for a six to move to 18.

  • 4:11 PM IST

    DROPPED! Jason Holder drops Virat Kohli on 4 at first slip. Short and outside off, Kohli pokes at it and the ball bursts through his hands to roll past the boundary.

  • 4:05 PM IST

    Virat Kohli walks in at No. 3 and gets off the mark with a four to long-off. India 10/1 in 2 overs, chasing 105

India vs West Indies 5th ODI

Hello everyone. Welcome to our live coverage from the fifth and final ODI between India and West Indies to be played in  Thiruvananthapuram today. India have a 2-1 lead in the series and will hope to carry the momentum of their win in the 4th ODI when they recorded a dominating win against West Indies. On the other hand, West Indies have matched India’s batting might in the opening three ODIs. They lost the first match but the tied the next and did one better by winning in Pune to draw level at 1-1. But India launched a terrific comeback in Mumbai as they outclassed the visitors to reclaim the lead.

West Indies, thoroughly beaten in the two-Test series, threatened to throw the predictions of utter domination by India in the ODI series. They scored two 300-plus totals – one in defeat, the other resulting in a tie. Then they shocked India in Pune, giving their high-flying hosts a timely wake-up call. And Virat Kohli’s men responded in kind. Click here to read the full preview.

Editorial team of CricketCountry.