Australia clinches ODI series against West Indies (2-1)

West Indies Evin Lewis in action against England during the ICC Cricket World Cup at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton, Britain on June 14, 2019.
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West Indies produced yet another poor batting display despite an unbeaten half century by opener by Evin Lewis to lose the third and final One-Day-International match against Australia by six wickets in 45.1 overs at the Kensington Oval in Barbados last Sunday.
Not for the first time in the series, West Indies batting struggled where the ball held up and made stroke-play difficult and were dismissed for a paltry 152 in the 46th over, leading to a six-wicket defeat.
Australia dismissed the West Indies team in the opening match for 123 in pursuit of 257, before recovering from a position of 72 for five in the second ODI to overhaul the Ausies 187.

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