Going with pace
IT SEEMS certain that the West Indies team will roll back the years in their tactical mission and return to a four-pronged pace attack against England when the third and final cricket Test bowls off at Kensington Oval today.
In the wake of an injury to leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo, West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin hinted that he was favouring four seamers to challenge the English on a pitch which despite looking pretty flat, is said to be a lively surface.
The West Indies are 1-0 down and need to win to draw the three-Test series, with Ramdin saying that the team’s fastest bowler Shannon Gabriel might be joined by a returning Jerome Taylor, Kemar Roach and Jason Holder. (BAW)
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