Friday, July 14, 2017

'Hartal' breaks in the Windies cricket?

Bravo can be seen in West Indies squad soon File Photo Writing: Ferdous

'definitely want to play the 2019 World Cup.' After returning to India's only Twenty20 squad, Chris Gayle said his intention was to say. But if you want to play directly in the one-day World Cup, then West Indies will have to do something extraordinary. That's why the board is trying to end it. Cricket West Indies walk on the compromise of returning to star players 
For the past few days, the West Indies team means a lot of new faces. For those who want to recognize, they are not only West Indies teams but also their age groups. Gayle, two Bravo brothers, Kieron Pollard or Sunil Narine, all of whom have been in the national team. 
After winning the Twenty20 World Cup, Darren Sammy could not bowl jerseys. Sammy has been criticized by the criticism of various unfair practices in the board. The decisions were made by the board, despite the board's deep-rooted relationship with the players. The players who want to play in the West Indies version, He has to take part in the local league version. As a result, it was becoming difficult for the West Indies to play in the West Indies squad for playing Twenty20 in various franchises. Nicholas Puran, like the emerging star, did not play in the local league and gave attention to the BPL and PSL. But in the national team, the doors of the Test or the one-day game have been closed. 
But there is a new agreement between the board and the players' association. For now, the rules have been slow for a while. As a result, Marlon Samuels, Lendl Simmons or Sammy were also likely to be in the squad for the tour of England. Although officially yet decided not to make the final decision, Cricinfo claims that it will be passed if the proposal is taken on board. 
The West Indies are likely to top Sri Lanka on paper before 30 September. Whether the Windies Cricket Board is hopeful of being re-elected in this way, It can not be confirmed. Gayle, however, hopes to get the best team for the World Cup, "The relationship between the players and the board is getting better. We should try to get into the field with the best players. " Source: CricInfo
ICC ODI Rankings
Ranking
Party
Rating points
1
D. Africa
119
2
Australia
117
3
India
114
4
England
113
5
New Zealand
111
6
Pakistan
95
7
Bangladesh
94
8
Sri Lanka
88
9
Re. Indies
78
10
Afghanistan
54
11
Zimbabwe
52

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