The West Indies announced a 13-man squad in Trinidad, including an unrestricted spinner for the second and final test against India. According to the ICC, the West Indies announced a 13-man squad, including an unrestricted spinner for the second and final test against India in Trinidad. The Caribbean dropped to a disappointing innings and 141 points loss to the Asian nation in the first appearance of the new ICC World Test Championship cycle and will want to go back to winning ways and tie the series at the start of the second Test at Queens Park Oval on Thursday.
The West Indies maintain their faith in most of the squad that lost to India in Dominica, but have included exciting off-spinner Kevin Sinclair in the 13-man squad on behalf of fellow All-Rounder Rayman Riper.
Reaper scored 2 and 11 points as he suffered disruption in the opening test against India but will travel to Trinidad with the team and can also be used in case of injury.
Sinclair offers West Indies captain Craig Braithwaite another bowling option, with the 23-year-old already competing in seven ODIs and six T20Is and most recently in an ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup qualifier in Zimbabwe. 바카라
Born in Guyana, Sinclair is known for his trademark flip when celebrating his dismissal, and the right-hand man is likely to work with fellow spinner Rakim Cornwall if he is chosen to make his Test debut in Trinidad.