Holder: One day coming soon
WEST INDIES Test skipper Jason Holder is confident of returning to his best form in one-day cricket following a recent lean patch.
The 28-year-old all-rounder has been one of the Caribbean side’s most reliable players, especially in Tests and one-day internationals (ODIs), but has averaged just ten with the bat in his last eight ODIs and taken only six wickets.
“Situations haven’t really gone my way in terms of having an extended time to bat in one-day cricket, which I feel personally has contributed to me not having that score,” the Barbadian told TalkSPORT’s Cricket Collective podcast.
“I’m a batsman who needs a little bit of time to get in and then flourish, and I haven’t had many opportunities to get a solid knock. And then there hasn’t been much Test cricket going on as well, which helps me a lot in terms of spending time at the crease and getting that batting that you would like.”
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