Gayle still available for national team selection
Cricket West Indies (CWI) chief selector Roger Harper has confirmed that Chris Gayle is still available to enter the ICC T20 World Cup squad which is scheduled to take place from October 18 in Australia.
There has been a much speculations going on nowadays about Gayle’s future in West Indies jersey. Gayle’s days are over in national team, West Indies are thinking the team without him – this has been the most popular saying for some times.
However, after the comment of Harper, Gayle and his fans can take a fresh breath about that fact. “I think every single available player is a part of our plan now,” Harper said.
“Now, we’re despite everything attempting to discover what’s our best combination, the best arrangement of the group … and looking for chances to verify that. In any case, come … the most recent month or so preceding the World Cup, we’ll need to attempt to truly limit that down so the players would all be able to become acclimated to playing together, and see how each other acts in various circumstances, and every individual comprehends what their jobs are and how to go about it. But, now, everybody that is available will be considered.”
Chris Gayle is one of the most successful batsman in the history of T20 cricket. West Indies fans will look to see some Gayle storms surely in the upcoming World Cup in which the Caribbean will defend their title.