West Indies well-known batsman Chris Gayle is all set to be included in Twenty20 International match against India that will take place on Sunday. He is the most famous West Indies’ batsman in the T20 format. Currently, he has a score of 1519 runs at an average of 35.32. In the upcoming T20 match, he will replace Lendl Simmons.
It will be Gayle’s first T20 coordinate at his home ground, Sabina Park. The pillaging batsman, who has two T20 hundreds of years, last played a universal match for the West Indies in the 2016 World T20 last against England at Eden Gardens.
All-rounder Jason Holder, who drives the side in Tests and ODIs, has been refreshed again and the side will be driven via Carlos Brathwaite.
“We invite Chris back to the T20 squad. He is the most productive batsman in this configuration and will increase the value of our group at the highest point of the request,” Courtney Browne, Cricket West Indies’ administrator of selectors, said.
“He will find the opportunity to play on his home ground and against a top-quality Indian group,” Browne included.
The hosts are trailing 1-2 out of a five-coordinate ODI arrangement with India and will endeavor to measure up to the elastic by winning the last match on Thursday.