West Indies captain Jason Holder (FILE)
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ST JOHN’S – West Indies captain Jason Holder is determined to get a positive result from the upcoming two-Test series against India, especially in the wake of the Caribbean side’s winless run on tour.
The hosts were whitewashed 3-0 in the Twenty20 series and suffered a 2-0 drubbing in the three-match One-Day International series, with a game abandoned because of rain.
However, Holder said there was a fresh hunger in the squad to excel in the longest format, and build on the success earlier this year against England.
“This is a fresh group, different faces coming into the Test squad and it’s a matter for us to continue the good work we’ve been doing in Test cricket over the last two, three years,” Holder said. (CMC)
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