Jimmy Adams, Cricket West Indies’ (CWI) Director of Cricket, pronounced Lara and Sarwan’s impasse would assistance a younger batsmen in a side.
The 13-men West Indies patrol for a two-match Test array includes John Campbell who has played only 3 Tests, and a uncapped Shamarh Brooks and offspin-allrounder Rahkeem Cornwall. Shimron Hetmyer, who done his red-ball entrance in 2017, has featured in 13 Tests.
“We have some good immature batsmen in a group who we trust will form a destiny of West Indies cricket,” Adams said. “We saw some really good signs of growth progressing this year in a Test matches when we played so really good to kick England and we wish to see them grow and turn superb players for a West Indies.
“We have taken a step to have Brian and Ronnie [Sarwan] work with these players, who have demonstrated a will to learn and succeed. We know they still have a passion and adore for West Indies cricket and are fervent to support and share their information with a benefaction generation.”
The Test series, starting on Aug 22 in Antigua, will symbol both India and West Indies’ debuts in a World Test Championship. So far, India have been undefeated on their debate to a Caribbean, winning a T20I array 3-0 and a ODI array 2-0.
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