Lara & Sarwan Has Been Appointed To Help West Indies Batsmen For India Test

Former West Indians strikers Brian Lara and Ramnaresh Sarwan have been required by management to work with the team’s current lot before the two-test series against India, Cricket West Indies announced on Saturday, August 17.

The West Indies has recently shown some promising signs. In their last series of tests they triumphed 2-1 against a high-level English team in their own country, but apart from captain Jason Holder and wicket keeper Shane Dowrich, none of their batsmen could score a constant goal.

In an effort to maximize the returns of top-class batsmen such as John Campbell, Roston Chase, Shimron Hetmyer, and Shai Hope, the management has called in Lara and Sarwan, whose test careers completed a total of 17,795 runs.

The duo will work with the West Indian Islands strikers in the pre-season camp in Antigua to prepare for entry into the ICC World Cup.

“We have some good young men in the team who we believe will shape the future of cricket in the West Indies,” said Jimmy Adams, Cricket Director of the West Indies. “We saw some very good signs of development in the test games earlier this year as we played so well against England and we want them to grow and become outstanding players for the West Indies.”

“We’ve taken the step of letting Brian and ‘Ronnie’ work with these players who have shown their will to learn and succeed, knowing that they still have the passion and love for West Indian cricket and are eager to succeed to pass on their information and pass it on. ” with the current generation. “

The first of two tests will take place on 22 August in Antigua, before the teams relocate to Jamaica for the second test on 3 September.

“We’ve taken the step of letting Brian and ‘Ronnie’ work with these players who have shown their will to learn and succeed, knowing that they still have the passion and love for West Indian cricket and are eager to succeed to pass on their information and pass it on. ” with the current generation. “

The first of two tests will take place on 22 August in Antigua, before the teams relocate to Jamaica for the second test on 3 September.

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