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Chris Gayle announced West Indies vice-captain

ST JOHN'S (Antigua): The West Indies cricket board has announced named opening batsman Chris Gayle as the representative to captain Jason Holder for the 50-over World Cup, which starts toward the finish of this current month in England and Wales. Chris Gayle is a great batsman of West Indies

Chris Gayle announced West Indies  vice-captain
Chris Gayle announced West Indies  vice-captain

Previous commander Gayle, 39, will play in his fifth World Cup and has amassed more than 10,000 keeps running in 289 One-day Internationals for the Caribbean side.

"As a senior player it is my duty to help the skipper and every other person in the group," Gayle said in an announcement from Cricket West Indies. "This will likely be the greatest World Cup, so there will be incredible desires and I realize we'll do very well for the general population of the West Indies."

Chris Gayle announced West Indies  vice-captain
Gayle said in an announcement from Cricket West Indies


Wicket-manager/batsman Shai Hope, who has played 50 ODIs with five centuries to his name, was named the bad habit skipper for the progressing tri-arrangement in Ireland, which additionally includes Bangladesh.

West Indies, champions in 1975 and 1979, begin their World Cup crusade on May 31 when they take on Pakistan at Trent Bridge.

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