West Indies captain Jason Holder is hoping his players can replicate their outstanding performances in the WICB Regional Super50 when the senior squad takes on England in a three match ODI series starting here at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground today.
Speaking on Observer Radio’s Good Morning Jojo Sports Show on Thursday, Holder said a good start is crucial to the team’s success in the series.
“We had some good performances there from many of the fellas in the group so it’s just a case of us transferring that to this series opener against England. It’s a short series so it’s very important that we start well so I would say everybody is up for it,” he said.
“The guys have been playing cricket and that is the main thing. So it is not a case where we are now rejoining for the first time…a year after…playing cricket. Everyone has been part of the Super50 competition and as I said before, all of them have done well so everybody should be carrying some good form,” he added.
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