Both Coaches found something positive in Windies for knocking World Cup-19. Though Windies didn’t win any bilateral ODI series within few years the Windies and English Coach is hopeful.
Have a look at their key players
Let’s have a look at their key player. Firstly, every of the Windies is doing well in the franchise leagues. So you have no question on it. Secondly, the star players like Chris Gayle is doing wonderful in the ongoing series with a century and a fifty as well.
Darren Brave wasn’t in the ODI squad for the last couple of years, has a wonderful return, and determined to represent his team. Recently, all-rounder Andre Russell’s return made the team more balanced in both batting and bowling. The young stars are doing well in their team as well.
Richard Pybus, the Windies coach
Richard Pybus, the Windies coach is confident for the World Cup-19, “I know the right West Indies combination with a fully-focused side can beat anyone on their day. I wasn’t at the World Cup qualifiers but, with the group of guys we have now, we feel confident (we) could take down anyone on their day.”
Richard Pybus is happy with Chris Gayle
Richard Pybus is happy with Chris Gayle on the both ODI has played yet. The coach admired the left-hander batting monster, Chris Gayle, though he was criticized for playing more dot-balls, “I can’t speak on behalf of the selectors but I think Chris has put forward a very resounding case. He’s just class, really. It’s always great having guys in your side, who are a bit scary for the opposition, who know full well what they can deliver.”
Both Coaches found something positive in Windies for knocking World Cup-19, “In those first two games, Chris was getting a feel for a spongy wicket batting first. It can be a game of two halves in Barbados. He was playing himself through. But, as we have all seen in T20, he can attack that first powerplay brutally. On good wickets, he’ll be going hard pretty early”
English Coach admired team Windies
English Coach, Trevor Baylish admired team WIndies, and it’s was not astonished if they will be in final, “The Windies have been playing some decent cricket over the last 18 months. With the size of their batters and the way some of them hit the ball. There can be a chance of winning that World Cup.”
Therefore, Both Coaches found something positive in Windies for knocking World Cup-19. Definitely, the Windies players have something stronger in them. Their team-work is capable to break any chain in the cricket.