Supernatural West Indies ladies’ group commander Stafanie Taylor will not be accessible for the three-match T20I series against South Africa beginning from August 31. Taylor is associated with having reached COVID-19 in Jamaica, which expects her to hole up for 10 days. Off-spinner Anisa Mohammed, the group’s assigned bad habit commander, has been named as interval captain for the three T20Is.
West Indies are coming from a pounding prevail upon Pakistan and are solid. They have additionally held the center of the crew from that restricted overs series with just a couple of changes. All-rounder Qiana Joseph has acquired a review to the 13-part crew. The West Indies the executives has additionally shown confidence in the youth by giving her a focal agreement for the 2021-22 season and, she likewise got play in the A group for West Indies in the last series against Pakistan A.
In the interim, Taylor’s nonattendance from the T20Is is without a doubt a blow for the group. The all-rounder was seen in nice structure in as of late closed The Hundred.
“Tragically, Stafanie Taylor won’t be accessible for this series yet, there are various experienced players who we would be looking to, to make up for any shortfall,” Ann Browne-John, lead selector, said. “The youthful player Qiana Joseph brings one more left-hand hitter choice just as left-arm conventional bowling, which has been deficient in the group. This will be a decent test emerging from the new Pakistan series since South Africa is one of the greater positioned groups.”
Dane van Niekerk gets back to lead South Africa
Then again, South African ladies’ group is looking as solid as could be expected with their irregular chief Dane van Niekerk getting back to lead the side. The all-rounder sizzled in the Hundred and drove her group Oval Invincibles from the front. Positioned number five in the T20I rankings, South Africa has developed hugely collectively in the most limited configuration and will hope to show their consistent advancement against West Indies in this series.
All the three T20Is will be played at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground on August 31, September 2, 4.
West Indies crew (for the primary T20I against South Africa): Anisa Mohammed (capt), Deandra Dottin (bad habit capt), Aaliyah Alleyne, Shamilia Connell, Britney Cooper, Shabika Gajnabi, Chinelle Henry, Qiana Joseph, Kycia Knight, Kyshona Knight, Hayley Matthews, Chedean Nation, Shakera Selman
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