New Delhi: West Indian captain Darren Sammy has said that his team is all set to throw a spanner in Sachin Tendulkar’s historic 200th and final Test at his home ground, Wankhede Stadium, next month. “We will look to get him out first ball,” says Sammy. West Indies are scheduled to play two Tests and three one-day internationals against India. The first Test at the Eden Gardens will start on November 6, followed by the Mumbai Test on November 14. Two years ago, Sammy had denied Tendulkar his 100th international century as he caught him on 94 runs at the same venue. The West Indies skipper aims for a repeat in Tendulkar’s last appearance.

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