Dwayne Bravo does not believe his match fitness is a cause for concern. (Picture courtesy CWI Media)
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Veteran all-rounder Dwayne Bravo does not believe his match fitness will be a major issue in the Twenty20 International series against Ireland, starting today in Grenada, and says he is anxious to make his presence felt in the squad.
The 36-year-old has played little competitive cricket of recent after a finger injury ruled him out of last September’s Caribbean Premier League.
His only real action since then was his campaign in the T20 League in Abu Dhabi last November when he helped Maratha Arabians capture that title.
“The good thing about me at this stage of my career is that yes, a lot of cricket is important but for me because of the experience I’ve gained over the years, I’m more concerned about my health, my fitness,” Bravo, who was this week recalled to the Windies T20 squad following a three-and-a-half year break, told i95 FM in Trinidad (CMC)
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