Jason Holder has yet another unwanted record under his leadership © Getty Images
Jason Holder has yet another unwanted record under his leadership © Getty Images

West Indies were bundled out for just 116 in 32.3 overs by Australia in Match 2 of the tri-nation series 2016 against Australia at Guyana. This is the third lowest total West Indies have registered at home and also their lowest total against Australia on their home soil. Their lowest total at home was 98 against Pakistan in 2013, on the same ground, which they scored while chasing down 225. Their second lowest total also came against the same opposition. This time the venue was Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and West Indies were bowled out for 114, which they scored in April 2000. Full Cricket Scorecard: West Indies vs Australia, Tri-Nation Series, Match 2 at Guyana

West Indies had beaten South Africa in the opening match of the tri-series and would have wanted to put in a good show against Australia as well, but they could not do so. Only Johnson Charles and Carlos Brathwaite went past 20 and no other batsmen offered any sort of reisstence. Australia will back themselves to win the match and do it under 40 overs and get a bonus point in the process, which might be crucial in the end. Live Cricket Updates, West Indies vs Australia, West Indies Tri-Nation Series 2016, Match 2 at Guyana

Total Overs Result Against Ground Year
98 41 lost Pakistan Providence 2003
114 33.2 lost Pakistan Port of Spain 2000
116 32.3 TBD Australia Providence 2016
121 43.5 lost India Port of Spain 1997
127 47.2 won England Kingstown 1981

Steven Smith had won the toss and had no hesitation to bowl first. Australia went in with a couple of spinners. Nathan Lyon and Adam Zampa picked up three wickets apiece. The part-time off-spin of Glenn Maxwell also fetched Australia a wicket. West Indies did not fare particularly well with the bat in the first match against South Africa as well, but it was enough to get over the line