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Windies T20s in Pakistan

Postby mikesiva » Wed Mar 28, 2018 2:53 am

Sun Apr 1 (20 ovs) 19:00 local (14:00 GMT | 15:00 BST)
1st T20I - Pakistan v West Indies
National Stadium, Karachi

Mon Apr 2 (20 ovs) 19:00 local (14:00 GMT | 15:00 BST)
2nd T20I - Pakistan v West Indies
National Stadium, Karachi

Tue Apr 3 (20 ovs) 19:00 local (14:00 GMT | 15:00 BST)
3rd T20I - Pakistan v West Indies
National Stadium, Karachi
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Re: Windies T20s in Pakistan

Postby mikesiva » Wed Mar 28, 2018 3:04 am

T20 squad: Ahmed Shehzad, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Shoaib Malik, Asif Ali, Sarfraz Ahmed (capt & wk), Hussain Talat, Faheem Ashraf, Muhammad Nawaz, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Amir, Hasan Ali, Rahat Ali, Usman Khan, Shaheen Afridi

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WINDIES SQUAD FOR T20I SERIES IN PAKISTAN

Postby BallOil » Thu Mar 29, 2018 2:08 pm

ST. JOHN'S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) has confirmed the 13-member WINDIES squad for the imminent Tour of Pakistan which features three Twenty20 Internationals on April 1, 2 and 3 in Karachi.

SQUAD

Jason Mohammed (Captain)

Samuel Badree

Rayad Emrit

Andre Fletcher

Andre McCarthy

Keemo Paul

Veerasammy Permaul

Rovman Powell

Denesh Ramdin

Marlon Samuels

Odean Smith

Chadwick Walton

Kesrick Williams

Team Management Unit

Stuart Law (Head Coach)

Alfonso Thomas (Assistant Coach)

Ryan Maron (Assistant Coach)

Vernon "Khevyn" Williams (Physiotherapist)

Dexter Augustus (Video Data Analyst)

CWI Director of Cricket, Jimmy Adams, and President and Chief Executive Officer of West Indies Players' Association (WIPA), Wavell Hinds, will accompany the squad on the trip.

Commenting on the Tour, CWI Chief Executive Officer, Jonny Grave, said: "Following the successful hosting of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) Final in Karachi on the weekend, our squad are now en route to Pakistan for our three-match T20I series.

"This Tour is a further major step for our friends at the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to bring their cricket back home, and we are pleased that our players and support staff have recognised this and supported this venture."

Grave added: "Independent security advisors, Eastern Star International (ESI) have confirmed to both CWI and WIPA that they are satisfied that the risk is manageable and can be mitigated to an acceptable level.

"We have made it very clear to the players and support staff that had personal reservations about this Tour that we fully understand and accept their position."

Commenting on the selection of the squad, Chairman of the CWI Selection Panel, Courtney Browne, said a few of the players identified for selection, including regular T20I captain Carlos Brathwaite, had opted out of this Tour, due to security concerns, but feels their replacements have a great opportunity to push their claims for future selection.

"We had a few players that opted not to tour Pakistan, due to their or their families' security concerns and CWI have fully accepted their position," said Browne.

"This series, therefore, provides opportunities for new players to state their claim for a regular place in the team, plus gain vital experience in different conditions. We expect the series to be highly competitive."

On the choice of Jason Mohammed as captain, Browne said: "Jason is our One-day International vice-captain, and he has been asked to step up and lead the team with the unavailability of Carlos. He has lots of captaincy experience at first-class level."

There are four uncapped T20I players in the squad – two of whom have been picked for the first time in a senior international squad, plus two with previous international experience in other formats.

Batsman Andre McCarthy and Jamaica Scorpions teammate, fast bowler Odean Smith, a member of the 2016 WINDIES Under-19 ICC Youth World Cup-winning squad, are in a senior WINDIES squad for the first time.

Left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul has played Tests and One-day Internationals, and Guyana Jaguars teammate, all-rounder Keemo Paul, another member of the 2016 WINDIES Under-19 ICC Youth World Cup-winning squad, is selected after his very promising ODI debut performances during the ICC World Cup Qualifier 2018 in Zimbabwe.

"Smith and McCarthy are currently in our WINDIES 'A' programme and we believe this experience will be of benefit to them," said Browne.

"Smith has good pace and has shown good potential as a fast bowler. McCarthy is a talented batsman who has made progress in white-ball cricket."

Browne added: "Paul has really grasped his opportunity following a strong showing in the Super50, the WINDIES 'A' series victories against England Lions and he has grabbed his opportunity at international level. His performances during the ICC World Cup Qualifiers were both exciting and composed and he gets a chance to build on these with his selection for Pakistan.

"Permaul has already had a few opportunities at international level, so he is no stranger to international cricket. He has never played IT20s however, and this will be a welcome opportunity for him to show another dimension to his game."

On the recall of Ramdin to the squad, Browne said: "Denesh brings a lot of experience and an opportunity to restart his international career. While he will be the primary wicketkeeper in the squad, we also have available Chadwick Walton and Andre Fletcher as back up."
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Re: WINDIES SQUAD FOR T20I SERIES IN PAKISTAN

Postby Gils » Fri Mar 30, 2018 3:48 am

Hmmm who will be vilified after castigation this time around, the Bajans who turned their back on the region or the mercenaries going to Pakistan.....
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Re: WINDIES SQUAD FOR T20I SERIES IN PAKISTAN

Postby Googley » Fri Mar 30, 2018 9:56 am

why is Ramdin not captain?

WICB needs some slap! :evil:
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Re: WINDIES SQUAD FOR T20I SERIES IN PAKISTAN

Postby mikesiva » Mon Apr 02, 2018 4:00 am

The WICB need a lot of slaps. No warm-ups, just throw the depleted 'A' team into the lion's den. So, how did they perform without Gayle, Pollard and Bravo?
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Hussain Talat hit 42, Fakhar Zaman 39, Sarfraz ahmed 38 and Shoaib Malik 37 to propel Pakistan to a challenging 203-5. Keemo Paul, Rayad Emrit and Rovman Powell took one wicket each as the bowling attack was slaughtered. Malik, Mo Amir and Mo Nawaz then took two wickets each to skittle the West Indies out for an embarrassing 60 all out, Marlon Samuels topscoring with 20.

Forward....
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Re: WINDIES SQUAD FOR T20I SERIES IN PAKISTAN

Postby mikesiva » Tue Apr 03, 2018 3:24 am

Another day, another thrashing....

Once again, the bowling took a hammering, as Babar azam hit 97 not out and Hussain Talat 63, to propel Pakistan to 205-3, with pacers Kesrick Williams, Odean Smith and Rayad Emrit taking one wicket each. Chadwick Walton hit 40 from 29, but there was not much else, as the West Indies crashed to 123 all out. Mo amir took 3-22, while there were two wickets each for Talat and Shadab Khan.
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Re: WINDIES SQUAD FOR T20I SERIES IN PAKISTAN

Postby mikesiva » Wed Apr 04, 2018 3:17 am

Unsurprisingly, Pakistan crushed the West Indies by eight wickets with more than three overs to spare to whitewash the series 3-0.

Despite knocks of 52 from 43 by andre Fletcher and 42 not out from 20 by Denesh Ramdin, and 32 from Marlon Samuels, the Windies could only make 153-6. Spinner Shadab Khan took 2-27. Babar hit 52 from 40, Fakhar 40 from 17, and Hussain Talat 32 not out to take Pakistan to another easy victory.
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Re: WINDIES SQUAD FOR T20I SERIES IN PAKISTAN

Postby Googley » Wed Apr 04, 2018 8:05 am

If there is a bright spot on this tour its Ramdin showing why he should be a permanent selection in today's WI team regardless of the format of the game.
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