West Indies captain Jason Holder has been dropped for the West Indies cricket tournament due to injuries. Cricket West Indies chief executive Johnny Grave said.
He added that the muscle partially broken in the shoulder and he would give physiotherapy. After four weeks his condition will be reviewed again.
Doctors say that Holder's muscles have been further damaged by bowling again in Bangladesh. If so, he will have to undergo surgery or have to leave the game. For this reason, Jasan advises not to visit Bangladesh. Similarly, physiotherapy therapy is recommended for physiotherapy in Basidonia.
Holder said he was having trouble playing in the qualifying round in March. I was disappointed if I could not visit Bangladesh. But the doctrine is to follow the advice of doctors. It will save you from future problems.
I feel this problem because I did not play in the World Cup qualifying tournament in Zimbabwe last March. Since then, I have been seeking a way out of pain. But now it has come to a stage. Now you have enough time to recover. This will not be the lowest issue in the future.
I'm sad because I can not stay on this tour. Believe that there are boys who have the ability to defeat Bangladesh.
In the absence of Craig Brathwaite owner, Sid is expected to lead. The Test series against Bangladesh will begin on November 22.
The West Indies team will reach Chittagong on Thursday at Chittagong. On 18th November, at the MA Aziz Stadium in Chittagong, two-day warm-up match will be held at the Caribbean BCB XI.
The first Test will be played at the Sahur Ahmed Chaudhary Stadium. The second Test at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur, Dhaka on 30 November. In the Bangladesh tour, the Caribbean played three T20s in the T20 series.
The first ODI will be played in Mirpur on December 9. The second innings will last for two days. The third ODI of the series will be held on December 14 in Silchat.
The first match of the Twenty20 series will be held on December 17 in Silchat. The remaining two matches will be held on December 20 and 22 respectively.
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