Better Windies game
DUBAI – Bowling consultant Sir Curtly Ambrose says the preparation camp here over the last two weeks has allowed West Indies to fine-tune their game, as they take aim at the Twenty20 World Cup starting on Tuesday.
The Caribbean has been training here and have also played three unofficial warm-up T20 games to gain match practice ahead of the March 8 to April 3 ICC event in India.
Sir Curtly said he had seen improvement in the two opening games against Zimbabwe last week, and in yesterday’s contest against English county Warwickshire, which West Indies won by 13 runs at the Dubai International Stadium.
“I think the bowling is really coming together,” Sir Curtly said following the game. (CMC)
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