West Indies will have to make do without top-order batsman Darren Bravo for the reminder of their tour of New Zealand after it was announced that the left-hander is returning home to Trinidad for personal reasons.
Fit-again batsman Darren Bravo has been named as part of the West Indies' 15-man ICC World Twenty20 squad, having been sidelined due to injury since June.
The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) have kept faith with the nucleus of the squad that defeated New Zealand 2-0 in the recent series in Florida as they bid to better their semi-final appearance of 2009.
West Indies batsman Darren Bravo has failed to recover from a groin injury and is set to miss the final two One-Day Internationals against England.
He suffered the injury during the opening game in Southampton and will now return home ahead of his team-mates, who play at the Kia Oval and Headingley Carnegie.
Nottinghamshire have signed left-handed West Indian batsman Darren Bravo as their overseas player for the remainder of the season following the departures of Australians David Hussey and Adam Voges.
Bravo, 22, is expected to go straight into the team to play Glamorgan in the CB40 on 12th August and will become Nottinghamshire's fourth overseas player employed this seaso after Hussey, Voges and Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal.