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While the West Indies are no longer quite the ruthless side they were in the 1980s, their rivalry against both England and Australia is, historically, one of the most important.
Late in the 20th century, one of the first truly great teams dawned upon cricket. Australia beat them 5-1 in the 1975-76 series, but the West Indies were soon to come into their own. Their rivalry against Australia was ignited after that, though.
They would go on to triumph over Australia in the following seven series, drawing the 1981-82 series 1-1. Those victories included three wins on Australian soil.
Against England, the Windies' rivalry was born with Tony Greig's famous comment. Greig, in the lead up to the 1976 series against the Windies said: You must remember that the West Indians, these guys, if they get on top are magnificent cricketers. But if they're down, they grovel, and I intend, with the help of Closey and a few others, to make them grovel.
The West Indies won the series 3-0 and, Greig, didn't forget his comment. After the last game of the Oval, he pretended to crawl on his hands and knees in front of the crowd to, essentially, grovel.