Friday, Aug. 3, 2012
KINGSTON — West Indies captain Darren Sammy is confident his side can complete a series sweep over New Zealand by winning the second and final cricket test, which begins at Sabina Park on Thursday.
"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."
Sammy has been particularly pleased with the way his team has played in sweeping the two Twenty20 internationals, winning the ODI series 4-1 and sealing a nine-wicket win in the opening test at Antigua last Sunday.