Roger Seepersad

Red Force wicketkeeper/batsman Denesh Ramdin said there will be no room for error in the upcoming Cricket West Indies (CWI) Super50 Cup in Antigua next month.

West Indies skipper Jason Mohammed urged his players to believe in themselves and in their abilities as they gear up to face hosts Bangladesh in the first ODI of their three-match series, which starts today (1.30 a.m. T&T time) in Dhaka.

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Despite travelling to Bangladesh without 12 of their first-choice players, Sir Curtly Ambrose is still backing the West Indies to spring a few surprises in the upcoming three-match ODI series and two-game Test series.

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West Indies wicketkeeper Joshua Da Silva sees the Bangladesh tour as an opportunity to showcase the team’s depth and insisted that all the players who have opted to make the trip are ready to meet the challenge.

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Trinidad and Tobago Red Force head coach David Furlonge believes they have checked all the boxes in terms of selecting a team capable breaking…

A full-strength, star-studded Trinidad and Tobago Red Force squad will take the field in the Cricket West Indies Super50 Cup next month in Antigua as the franchise looks to clinch their first piece of silverware since winning back-to-back titles in 2015 and 2016.

West Indies vice-captain Sunil Ambris said that the revelation of a positive Covid-19 test within the camp came as a shock and while it is an unfortunate situation, he insisted that the team is thinking ahead and is focused on the upcoming three-match ODI series against hosts Bangladesh, starting Wednesday.

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The West Indies have suffered another major blow on their tour to Bangladesh after leg-spinner Hayden Walsh Jr tested positive for Covid-19.

This is the third tour the West Indies are on during the Covid-19 pandemic and it is the first instance of a player testing positive for the virus while on tour.

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Jason Mohammed expects a trial by spin for his West Indies One-Day team in Bangladesh. But he is banking on being able to counter-attack with a weapon of his own — Akeal Hosein.

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West Indies head coach Phil Simmons will be hoping that the enthusiasm and hunger of his players will be able to trump the experience of the Bangladesh side in their upcoming ODI and Test match series.

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