SportsCricketHeavy setback for West Indies ahead of World Cup, super all-rounder out

Heavy setback for West Indies ahead of World Cup, super all-rounder out


  • Achilles Hossain replaces Fabian Allen in the West Indies squad.
  • Fabian Allen has played 28 T20 matches for the West Indies.
  • The Windies will play their first match against England on October 23.

Dubai: The all-rounder has been ruled out of the West Indies’ T20 World Cup qualifier. Fabian Allen is out with an injury. The player who is rated as the best all-rounder in the Windies line-up was a player who was sure to be included in the team’s playing XI. Allen has been ruled out with a hamstring injury.

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Seeing that it would take time for the injury to heal, Fabian Allen was replaced by Achilles Hossain. Achilles was a player who was on the team’s replacement list. Achilles can only be included if approved by the tournament’s technical committee. The West Indies have applied to include a replacement.

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Fabian Allen is the brightest player in the Caribbean T20 League. Not only with the ball but also with the bat at the tail end, the player contributes to the team. He has played in 28 T20 matches for the West Indies so far. He took 20 wickets and scored 250 runs. Achilles, who replaced Alan in the team, played in 6 international matches. Achilles is a left-handed spinner and batsman.

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The West Indies are one of the strongest teams in T20 cricket. Players active in T20 leagues around the world will land in the UAE for the Windies. Veteran Chris Gayle plays for the team. Meanwhile, the team lost to Pakistan in the first warm-up match. The Windies managed only 130 runs in total. The reigning champions, the Windies, will face England in their first match of the World Cup on October 23.

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