Cricket West Indies (CWI) affirmed on Friday its 13-part squad for the voyage through Pakistan which highlights three Twenty20 Internationals on April 1, 2 and 3 in Karachi.
Long lines are being seen at the outlets of the dispatch organization which is offering the tickets of the matches.
A three-day wellness camp will be setup too.
The main T20 will be played on first April and the second session of the arrangement will be challenged on second April. The third and last session of the arrangement will be on third April.
- 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.
Browne included: “Paul has truly gotten a handle on his chance after a solid appearing in the Super50, the WINDIES ‘An’ arrangement triumphs against England Lions and he has snatched his chance at universal level. His exhibitions amid the ICC World Cup Qualifiers were both energizing and made and he gets an opportunity to expand on these with his choice for Pakistan.
“Permaul has just had a couple of chances at worldwide level, so he is no more bizarre to universal cricket. He has never played IT20s in any case, and this will be an appreciated open door for him to demonstrate another measurement to his diversion.”
On the review of Ramdin to the squad, Browne stated: “Denesh brings a ton of experience and a chance to restart his global profession. While he will be the essential wicketkeeper in the squad, we likewise have accessible Chadwick Walton and Andre Fletcher as go down.”