New Delhi: West Indies were putting up a good fight in the second ODI against India at the Queens Park Oval in Port of Spain on Sunday. Evin Lewis slammed his sixth fifty and Nicholas Pooran was finding the boundary on a regular basis as West Indies stayed ahead of the DLS par score after the match was reduced to 46 overs with the Windies chasing a revised target of 270. However, Although Lewis fell for 65, Pooran was still batting well. However, Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s two wickets in the 35th over and a sensational collapse of four wickets for four runs saw West Indies losing by 59 runs. Speaking after the end of the match, West Indies coach Floyd Reifer said the West Indies middle order needed to show grit and fight in order to win matches on a consistent basis.”We got to continue to learn from this experience. Guys in the middle order, we got to show more fight, a bit more grit. More determination to build those longer partnership. Again we were in front today and then we found a way to give away our wickets, so it’s just a matter of us now to learn from our mistakes, continue to learn from our mistakes and try to dig deeper,” Reifer remarked.Reifer said the side was in the rebuilding process and along the path, there will be plenty of bumps. “It’s not an uphill task (to win), like I said in the past interviews, we are rebuilding, we are building our side again. And when you are building a side, you get speed bumps along the way. It’s how you bounce back from them. Our meeting will be how we assess today and things we need to do better going the next game,” Reifer said. West Indies had some things to smile for as Chris Gayle broke Brian Lara’s record of runs in ODIs to becoming the leading run-getter for West Indies in ODIs. In the same game, Gayle had become the first West Indies player to play 300 ODIs. Reifer hailed Gayle’s contribution. “300 game for a West Indian, obviously he is the first to have done it. It is a great achievement I feel honoured to be here working with him. I have played with and against him and now I am coaching so it was great to see his 300th game,” Reifer said. Chris Gayle became the first Windes player to play 300 ODIs.Gayle overtook Brian Lara’s tally of runs in ODIs.India has taken an unassailable 1-0 lead in three-match series. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. highlights
WEEK 10 NON-PPR RANKINGSQuarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerIs Amari Cooper playing Sunday night?UPDATE: Cooper is officially ACTIVE.After an MRI on Thursday, Cooper was diagnosed with a bruised knee, and the initial belief at the time was that he would play on Sunday night against Minnesota. Nothing has changed since then, as ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported very early Sunday morning . Cooper is a must-start if active. If he’s out, expect more targets for Michael Gallup and a variety of secondary receivers, led by Randall Cobb. Because this is a prime-time game, you should have a backup from either the Cowboys, Vikings, 49ers, or Seahawks to sub in if Cooper is a surprise scratch.WEEK 10 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endIs JuJu Smith-Schuster playing Week 10?UPDATE: Smith-Schuster is officially ACTIVE.Smith-Schuster (toe) was a late add to the injury report on Friday, though no official clarification was given. He dealt with a toe injury earlier in the season, so the most likely reason is that he aggravated it in practice.If Smith-Schuster is active, he’ll be a boom-or-bust WR3 in a tough matchup against Jalen Ramsey and the Rams defense. If he’s out, Diontae Washington and James Washington will be Pittsburgh’s primary wide receivers, but it’s hard to recommend either with Mason Rudolph under center. If anything, Vance McDonald and Jaylen Samuels will benefit the most. Because this game doesn’t kick off until late in the afternoon, fantasy owners should play it safe and either keep JuJu on their benches or have a fill-in from the late/prime-time games ready to go.WEEK 10 DFS LINEUPS:Y! cash | Y! GPP | DK cash | DK GPP | FD cash | FD GPPMarquise Brown injury updateUPDATE 2: Brown is officially ACTIVE.UPDATE 1: NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported Sunday morning that Brown is expected to play. After missing two games prior to Baltimore’s bye and returning for last week’s game against the Patriots, Brown (ankle) is once again listed as “questionable” heading into Sunday’s game in Cincinnati.MORE WEEK 10 DFS: Stacks | Values | Lineup BuilderAt this point, it would be a surprise if he’s out, and as long as he’s active, he’s a worthwhile starter against a Bengals’ defense prone to allowing big plays. If Brown is out, Willie Snead would be the primary beneficiary, but he would still be no more than a deep FLEX play. It’s already been a bad week for wide receivers, with Adam Thielen, A.J. Green, Brandin Cooks, T.Y. Hilton, and Sterling Shepard ruled out (and Corey Davis listed as “doubtful”), and it could get even worse depending on the active/inactive statuses of “questionable” WRs Amari Cooper, JuJu Smith-Schuster, and Marquise Brown. Fantasy football owners will be looking for injury updates all morning, afternoon, and evening, and we’ll be providing them below to help with your Week 10 fantasy start ’em, sit ’em decisions.For the active/inactive status of Le’Veon Bell , click here ; for news on injured QBs Matthew Stafford and Lamar Jackson , go here ; for the Week 10 weather report , click here . Follow us at @SN_Fantasy for more news and updates.