West Indies Announced Squad For ODI World Cup 2023 Qualifiers, IPL Star Player Has No Place In The Squad

Preparations for the ODI World Cup 2023 to be held in India this year have started in full swing. This festival of cricket will start on 5th October. The West Indies Cricket Team announced its squad for the ODI World Cup qualifiers round. But the shocking news is that Shimron Hetmyer, performing brilliantly in IPL 2023, has no place in this team.

Until now, 8 teams have qualified for the World Cup (ODI World Cup 2023), but the West Indies team has not been able to reach the ODI World Cup directly. In such a situation, they will have to play the first qualifier round, which will be played in Zimbabwe from 18th June.

The West Indies team will also play in the qualifiers for the 2023 World Cup. If the West Indies must reach the top 2, they will qualify for the ICC Men’s World Cup 2023.

In such a situation, West Indies has announced its squad for the qualifiers. A total of 7 experienced players playing in the IPL have found a place in this team, which will strengthen the team.

Players in this season of IPL, Rovman Powell, Jason Holder, Akil Hossein, Alzarri Joseph, Kyle Mayers, Nicholas Pooran, and Romario Shepherd, have a place in the West Indies team squad.

Shai Hope is the captain of this West Indies team. At the same time, the vice-captain is Rovman Powell. Star all-rounder Keemo Paul has returned to the squad. He last played in July 2022. Apart from this, Gudakesh Moti has also got a chance.

A total of 10 teams will participate in the qualifiers of the ODI World Cup 2023, which include teams from Ireland, Netherlands, UAE, Sri Lanka, Oman, Scotland, Nepal, West Indies and the USA.

West-Indies Squad:- Shai Hope (c & wk), Rovman Powell (vc), Shamrah Brooks, Yannick Cariah, Kesey Carty, Roshton Chase, Jason Holder, Akil Hussain, Alzarri Joseph, Brendan King, Gudakesh Motti, Keemo Paul, Nicholas Pooran ( wicket-keeper) and Romario Shepherd

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