Roddy Estwick, West Indies assistant mentor, has admitted he is somewhat troubled by the best-order’s kind in advance of the Check sequence from England but insists there is no concern around captain Jason Holder’s kind.
When lots of have made scores of material in the two intra-squad matches at Emirates Old Trafford in the past few of months, there was some alarm when their frontline batsmen capitulated to the to start with-selection bowlers on Wednesday.
A best-5 of Kraigg Brathwaite, John Campbell, Shamarh Brooks, Shai Hope and Roston Chase subsided to 9 for three and 49 for five in their closing aggressive innings prior to subsequent week’s to start with Check at the Ageas Bowl.
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“I would have beloved to see the batsmen commit a little bit more time in the middle,” Estwick instructed the PA news company.