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CWI announces squad for PAK and NED series

CWI announces squad for PAK and NED series

The selection panel of Cricket West Indies (CWI) has announced the squad for the team’s upcoming series against the Netherlands and Pakistan. WI’s men’s cricket team will voyage the mentioned nations for the three-match One-Day International series respectively.

This will be men in maroon’s first task under the captaincy of newly appointed Nicholas Pooran and Shai Hope, who has been named as the vice-captain of the team. Pooran and men will three ODIs against the Netherlands on 31st May, 2nd June, and 4th June, whereas, the series versus Pakistan will be played on 8th, 10th, and 12th June.

Notably, the tour of the Netherlands will embrace West Indies’s first-ever ODI series versus them and will be played at VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen. Whereas, Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium is set to host them on the Pakistan tour. Due to the political situation, Pak vs WI ODIs might be moved to another city.

As far as the visitors’ squad is concerned, they have named three newcomers being impressed by their recent performances. Jason Holder is rested to manage his workload, whereas, Evin Lewis has not been considered due to failing to meet the fitness criteria. Also, Shimron Hetmyer has been left out due to the birth of his first child.

Below is the CWI squad for the Netherlands and Pakistan series


  • Nicholas Pooran (Captain)
  • Shai Hope (Vice Captain)
  • Nkrumah Bonner
  • Shamarh Brooks
  • Keacy Carty
  • Akeal Hosein
  • Alzarri Joseph
  • Brandon King
  • Shermon Lewis
  • Kyle Mayers
  • Anderson Phillip
  • Rovman Powell
  • Jayden Seales
  • Romario Shepherd
  • Hayden Walsh Jr.


West Indies tour of Netherlands

May 31: 1st ODI at VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen

June 2: 2nd ODI at VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen

June 4: 3rd ODI at VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen

West Indies tour of Pakistan

June 8: 1st ODI at Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi

June 10: 2nd ODI at Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi

June 12: 3rd ODI at Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi

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