Jamaica: The West Indies have announced their squad for the upcoming two-Test series against India. The first match of the series will begin on 22nd of this month. The West Indies have put out a number of legendary players for the series. Explosive batsman Chris Gayle has also not been given a place in the team. It was said that the Test team will have a chance for Chris Gayle, who is going to say goodbye to international cricket, but it is not the case. So, Chris Gayle will have to declare retirement by playing the ODI international.
The West Indies Cricket Board has announced a 13-man squad for the two Test matches in Antigua and Jamaica. The West Indies, led by Jason Holder, will play two Test matches against India from August 22 to 26 and August 30 to September 3. The two-match Test series is part of the ICC World Test Championship, which has begun on August 1.
The T20 series between the two countries has been played, which the Indian team has won 3-0. The match will begin at 8:30 PM. The next two matches of the series will be played on 11th August and 14th August. West Indies team - Jason Holder (captain), Craig Brathwaite, Darren Bravo, Shammarh Brooks, John Champbell, Roston Chez, Rakeem Kronwall, Shane Dorich (wicketkeeper), Shane Gabriel, Shimron Hetmeyer, Shay Hope, Kemo Paul and Kemar Roach.
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