West Indies Cricket Team – ICC World Cup 2019


Who Will Be There in West Indies Cricket Team for World Cup 2019?

West Indies Cricket Team For ICC Cricket World Cup is about to be announced and Every cricket fan will love playing competitive cricket. Even if their national team is not playing, they would like to see Close Competitions.

Over the last few years, cricket fans from around the world are missing the first string of the West Indies Cricket Team . Although there are some players who look promising in the Caribbean line-up, some people think that this is not the first string team.

All this was due to the cracks between the West Indies Cricket Team Board and their players. Initially, it was about wages based on wages, and later the battle was closed for a number of things, in which some players complained of not having enough independence to play in the league. And just before the World Cup qualifier, the West Indies Cricket Team Board announced that some of its top players are not ready to help the Caribbean qualify for the ICC CricketWorld Cup.

Super 50 tournament (domestic 50th of the tournament in the West Indies) has been scheduled in October this year and the West Indies Cricket Team Board has asked Naren, Bravo brothers, and Kieron Pollard to take part in it.

Let’s take a look at the possible playing XI of West Indies Cricket Team that would line up in 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup if all goes expected.

11 Most Probable Players List Of West Indies Cricket Team For ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

Strongest Playing XI West Indies Cricket Team: Chris Gayle, Shai Hope (WK), Darren Bravo, Shimron Hetmyer, Rovman Powell, Andre Russell, Jason Holder (C), Keemo Paul, Sunil Narine, Oshane Thomas, and Kemar Roach.

Let’s Take a Look at Skills of Every Player In detail.

Chris Gayle


Famous as one of the most barbaric hits of cricket ball On side of West Indies Cricket Team- he once delivered Brett Lee in front of Lord Tennyson School outside Oval! – Gayle together with one of the famous cricketing extremes of his time, and other contemporary opening batsmen of Tillakaratne Dilshan, Virender Sehwag, and Brendon McCullum, later in the batting phase, hand-eye coordination and unrealistic dependence on the breakneck run.

Scoring across the format. It is no wonder that he became the first batsman to score a six on the first ball of the Test match. And it is appropriate that he defeated Sehwag to make the fastest double hundred in ODIs, which was a score of 215 in the World Cup match against Zimbabwe in Canberra, 2015, of 147 out of 147.

Shai Hope (WK)

Shai Hope (WK)
Shai Hope (WK) – West Indies Cricket Team

When words such as talent and potential ring are all around, the world gives evidence of this; as soon as possible. After just 16 average in his first 10 Test matches, Shai Hope had a point to prove. In the swinging conditions, under the lights and against a pink ball in Edgbaston, Hope was conveyed to the harsh realities of the moving ball. He could manage the score of 15 and 4 in that test, in which theWest Indies Cricket Team lost 19 wickets a day in infamous form and gave it a 1-0 lead in a major surrender.

Darren Bravo

Darren Bravo – West Indies Cricket Team

In the 2012 Indian Premier League auction, Bravo bought by Hyderabad for $1,00,000 but missed the competition because it got confronted with Australia Cricket Team West Indies tour in March and April.

After just 48 runs in the five-match ODI series, Bravo was removed for the T20I against the same opponent, so he could return to domestic cricket to find the form before the Test series. With 184 runs in three Tests, Bravo was the sixth and second player to score second and highest runs behind Shivnarine Chanderpaul of the West Indies Cricket Team. The selectors gave them a good run and they did not disappoint them. After this, he made a sensational double century against a lot of pressure against The New Zealand Cricket Team, which helped the West Indies to draw the Dunedin Test dramatically.

He made his ODI debut against Zimbabwe in 2013. He performed very well and got his place in the team. During the tour against India Cricket Team, he imposed a hat-trick of the fifties in the three-match ODI series, but his form quickly sank and could not make any significant contribution.

Shimron Hetmyer

Shimron Hetmyer -West Indies Cricket Team

An attacker and destructive opener of West Indies Cricket Team, he was picked up by Guyana Amazon Warriors for the version of CPL. But he only went out for the duck in the game which he played. Their promises and persistence were paid and they were called for national duties in the three-match Test series against Pakistan in April 2017. Ready to bat at number three, Shimron failed to change his start. Later he was picked up for a tour of New Zealand in December 2017, but never again did anything significant.

On this tour, he was exposed with white ball cricket too. In ODIs and T20I, Hetmayer did not have a great time to make only a handful of runs. Although he made many promises as a score of a ton against UAE in the World Cup qualifier to start his campaign. But then in the rest of the games the problem of conversion made him better again.

Rovman Powell

Rovman Powell – West Indies Cricket Team

His big-hitting capabilities did not go unnoticed for long and he was selected to represent the West Indies Cricket Team in the 2016 T20 World Cup.

Powell played an important role in the 2016-17 regional Super 50 competition to the final of Jamaica, and after that the 2017 CPL player was selected by the Jamaican Thallawahs in the 6th round of the draft. He was also selected by Kolkata Knight Riders for the 2017 edition but he did not get the game in the entire season. He was unsold in the 2018 auction.

Andre Russell

Andre Russell – West Indies Cricket Team

Jamaica’s Andre Russell has made his ODI debut in the 2011 World Cup against Ireland. Until then, he had already played a Test against Sri Lanka in 2010. He impressed many people with his energy in his first few matches in the 2011 World Cup. Fast bowler, he is a powerful batsman of the middle order.

Russell did not perform well in the series against Pakistan immediately after the 2011 World Cup. However, he soon came into the ODI series against India. Russell scored an unbeaten 92 in the third game. In this match, he also took a wicket, scored a run and took a catch. Despite their best efforts, the West Indies Cricket Team lost the game and the series.

Jason Holder (C)

Jason Holder (C) West Indies Cricket Team

When the players in 2004 dropped out of India tour, citing problems of payment issues, the board removed Dwayne Bravo from the role of skipper and handed it over to the holder. His first real work came in the series against South Africa Cricket Team, where under his captaincy, Wanderers came under suspicion to allow 439 runs to the host team in the second game. However, West Indies Cricket Team’s chief selector Clive Lloyd felt that Holder was the best person to lead the Caribbean team during the 2015 World Cup, and he continues to do so.

However, the Holder faced serious criticism for his captaincy, but the selectors continued to give him confidence when West Indies Cricket Team had toured England Cricket team in 2017. Chasing record 322 runs in Leeds, the Caribbean side made surprising contributions with a wonderful victory.

Ink Hopp and Craig Brathwaite. During the post-production appearances, Hope acknowledged that the holder reminded him of the claim of hundred and quoted that quoting his dog’s determination was one of the main reasons. This victory in Leeds was also the first Test win of England in 17 years in the West Indies Cricket Team.

The West Indies Cricket Team finally lost to the series 2-1, but not before giving England the run for their money. The holder, the bowler, leaps and bounds in that series, which can be called the extreme pitch of his captaincy career.

Keemo Paul

Keemo Paul West Indies Cricket Team

The Caribbean unit took part in the event and eventually won its first Under-19 World Cup. Kishore Allrounder took 7 wickets and scored 166, including a winning hit.

Logically, they got the world to talk more about them. But his skill was also one factor whose world saw him. A product of Guyanese age-group cricket is inspired by the companion of Chemo state Shivnarayan Chanderpaul. Chemo Paul correctly debuted for ODI and T20 in Senior Team. Originally not selected for the World Cup qualifier in 2018, Paul Sheldon came in the form of Cottrell’s replacement.

The infamous maneuvers were still in the minds of Zimbabwe cricket fans when Chemo Paul took part in the World Cup qualifier against Zimbabwe. Whenever he came in the bowling attack, he sowed it. The Chemo has been inside and out of the West Indies Cricket Team since its launch. He has been recognized as one of the talented fast bowlers of the day, but soon he needs to constantly change his ability to perform in Tests as well as to become a regular feature in the ODI team.

Sunil Narine

Sunil Narine – West Indies Cricket Team

His consistent performances in limited overs cricket attracted the Kolkata Knight Riders franchise and were bought for $ 700,000 in the 2012 IPL auction. He justified the inclusion and completed the season with a total of 24 wickets taking the second highest wicket of the season.

His contribution In West Indies Cricket Team helped Calcutta get his first IPL title, and Naren was named Player of the Tournament. The IPL was a great learning experience for the youth and in June 2012 they had to debut their test at the place of Kemar Roach, an injury to the third Test against England. His performance in Test matches has not been as spectacular as ever.

In 2013, Naren had another good IPL season in which he had taken 22 wickets in 16 matches, but due to the poor performance of Kolkata in that version, he could not move forward. Naren’s misleading bowling technique, which has dismissed many batsmen, remains the main force. Although he has found a permanent place in ODI’s and T20 sides, Naren wants to make his mark in Test cricket.

Oshane Thomas

Oshane Thomas – West Indies Cricket Team

At the age of 20, a speeding player, Ocheen Thomas, made headlines after the Man-of-the-match award-winning performance in the Caribbean Premier League in 2017. While playing for Jamaica Tallawah, right-arm fast bowler won with a speed of 97 meters per hour. St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots, where he took three wickets, including Chris Gayle and Carlos Brathwaite.

6 foot 6 inches long Jamaican fast bowler – strong action, bouncer and yorker and swing fast bowler. Thomas started the CPL for the sloppies in 2016, where he took part in just two matches. In the same year, he made a first-class debut for Jamaica and Devon Smith became his first victim.

Looking at the raw speed, and with his age, if his work is managed properly, then Thomas can make it big in the international arena.

Kemar Roach.

Kemar Roach – West Indies Cricket Team

On the second game of the 2011 World Cup in the West Indies Cricket Team against the Netherlands on 28 February, Roach became the sixth bowler to claim a hat-trick in the history of the showpiece event. Roach claimed six wickets in a huge 215-run win over the West Indies Cricket Team.

Despite the return of Fidel Edwards and Jerome Taylor, Roach managed to retain his place in the team; Which is quite a feat. In the absence of Edwards and Taylor, Roach bowled smartly, bowling in some odd situations Against Sri Lanka Cricket Team and winning the spell of right-strikes.

With his superb adventures, Roach was a hot property during the IPL auction in January 2011 and he was finally selected by Hyderabad for the US 720,000 because Chennai could not raise his bid for the Hyderabad match.


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