Holder haul gives Windies hope
Captain Jason Holder took 5 for 27 as West Indies beat India by 11 runs in a low-scoring, fourth one-day international on Sunday to stay alive in the series.
India leads 2-1 with the fifth and final game on Thursday in Kingston, Jamaica.
Neither team impressed with the bat at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium at North Sound.
West Indies scored only 189-9 after winning the toss and choosing to bat.
It turned out to be enough as India lost its last five wickets for only 19 runs — collapsing from 159-5 in the 45th over to 178 all out with two balls to spare.