West Indies has always been a team filled with a high amount of individual talent. They have given the game players like Sir Vivian Richards, Brian Lara, Dwayne Bravo, Chris Gayle, Darren Sammy, and many others who had the ability to control the whole game.
These days West Indians are the ones that dominate the T20 cricket. They can score any amount of runs, show high athleticism on the field, and bowl in the right areas to get the wickets in the shortest format of cricket.
They have won 2 T20 World Cups and most of the franchises in various leagues are dependent on the West Indies player to provide that extra bit in order to win the championship.
The team to tour:
The West Indies team has a tour scheduled from November 27 to December 15 this year in New Zealand which will feature 3 T20s and 2 tests. Darren Bravo, Shimron Hetmyer, and Keemo Paul have returned to the squad for 2 test matches.
Andre Fletcher, the wicket keeper batsman, has been named in the T20 squad for the first time after 2018. Andre Russell and Lendl Simmons have decided not to participate in the tour.
First after lockdown:
This tour will be a crucial one for the West Indies as it will be their first since the corona lockdown and they’ll hope to impress apart from T20 in the longest format of the game too.
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