Simmons wants Windies to bounce back


West Indies coach Phil Simmons says his side have will give everything in the second, and final, Test match against Australia in order to draw the series.

With their lowly ranking there is a school of thought that the Windies should just avoid getting beaten by the second ranked Australia side in order to build confidence.

However Simmons feels there is no point in playing for a draw and they just have to bat properly and avoid collapsing as they did in the both innings in Dominica.

Simmons said: "Defeat is a defeat; we beat England in three days too and they went back and they won the next Test match.

"So it's how you take it [and] I think the morale in the team has been great and the guys are looking forward to the next Test match.

"It is still an open series, it's a two match series… it is not over yet and we are looking to win the game in order to draw the series.

"We just need to bat properly in the first innings; I think the first innings sets up everything [and] if we bat properly and we get to 350-400 runs in the first innings, we have seen that our bowlers can put people under pressure."

The second Test starts in Jamaica on Thursday.