Dubai: In the middle of the ICC T20 World Cup, a very dangerous player has joined the West Indies team, who specializes in turning matches with the ball and the bat. Former West Indies captain Jason Holder has been included in the squad after fast bowler Obed McCoy was injured. The ICC’s Event Technical Committee has allowed Holder to replace McCoy in the team.
This dangerous player joined the West Indies team
In the T20 World Cup 2021, the West Indies team has lost two of its matches in the Super 12. At the same time, in the last match against England, McCoy suffered a toe injury, due to which he had to be ruled out of the entire tournament. Jason Holder, who has been kept in reserve to travel with the team, will join the rest of the team on Thursday and will be selected for Friday’s match against Bangladesh.
Do or die situation for West Indies
It will be a do or die match for West Indies and Bangladesh, as the losing team’s hopes of reaching the semi-finals will almost be over. Where West Indies had to face defeats to England and South Africa. At the same time, Bangladesh was defeated by England and Sri Lanka. In such a situation, both these teams now need to win to keep the hopes of reaching the semi-finals alive.
Holder did well in IPL
West Indies need to overcome their batting weaknesses. Against England, his team was bundled out for only 55 runs. All his batsmen gave their wickets in reward. Instead of stealing a couple of runs on a slow pitch, he focused on playing big shots. With Jason Holder joining the team, West Indies will be strengthened. Holder performed well with both bat and ball in the Indian Premier League.