Right now is the worst time in the history of cricket for the West Indies cricket team. West Indies, the two-time World Cup champions, won the World Cup for the first time.
Right now is the worst time in the history of cricket for the West Indies cricket team. Two-time World Cup champion West Indies will not play in the World Cup for the first time. The morale of the team is low now, and in the meantime they have to play against a strong team like India. Although the players of the Windies team are still like a wounded lion, which cannot be underestimated at any cost. Of course India has world class batsmen, but West Indies bowling is also no less. West Indies have Alzarri Joseph to experienced Kemar Roach, who bowl well. Let us tell you about the 5 full time bowlers included in the West Indies squad, which Indian batsmen need to be careful about.
1- Akeem Jordan
Akeem Jordan, 28, was born in Barbados. He is a right arm medium fast bowler. He has played only 2 ODIs for the West Indies National Cricket Team. He has made his debut in neither T20 nor Test. Akeem has taken 50 wickets in 23 innings of 12 first class matches. He has taken 49 wickets in 34 List A matches. His record is good, if he makes his Test debut then Indian batsmen will have to be careful with him.
2- Alzarri Joseph
Alzarri Joseph, 26, is a right arm fast bowler. In 2016, Alazari made his Test debut. So far he has played 28 Test matches for the national team. He has 84 wickets in his 53 innings, his economy rate is 3.44. He has good experience, due to which he will be the main bowler of the hosts.
3- Jomel Warrican
Jomel Warrican is 31 years old, he bowls slow ball with left arm. He has played only one test match for the West Indies national cricket team. He has 41 wickets in 23 innings of 13 Test matches. His economy rate has been 3.21.
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4- Kemar Roach
Kemar Roach is currently the most experienced bowler in the West Indies cricket team in terms of playing most Test matches. Kemar Roach, 35, has played 77 Test matches for the West Indies. He has taken 261 wickets in his 140 innings. He has taken five wicket hauls 11 times. His economy is of 3.08. Apart from Tests, Roach has also played 95 ODIs and 11 T20 matches, taking 125 and 10 wickets respectively.
5- Shannon Gabriel
Shannon Gabriel, 35, is also an experienced bowler. Gabriel, who bowls fast with the right arm, has played 58 Test matches for the West Indies national cricket team. In its 102 innings, he has taken 164 wickets. His economy is of 3.40. Gabriel has taken five wickets a total of 6 times. Apart from Tests, Gabriel has played 25 ODIs and 2 T20Is. In this, he has taken 33 and 3 wickets respectively. Gabriel has taken 328 wickets in 123 first class matches.