The West Indies will finetune their preparations for the One-Day International tri-series against Australia and South Africa by playing two games against a Barbados Select XI at the Kensington Oval later this week.
West Indies spin bowler Sunil Narine and all-rounder Kieron Pollard have returned to the national squad which has been picked for the first four games of the ODI tri-series against Australia and South Africa.
Australia continue their reign at the top of the International Cricket Council One-Day International rankings while New Zealand have claimed the pole position in the shorter format of the game according to the latest update.
Cricket Australia (CA) chief executive James Sutherland has confirmed that the board will not ban West Indies batsman Chris Gayle from the Big Bash League and the call of including him has been left to the respective teams.
The president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India Shashank Manohar has revealed that the $41.97 million claim imposed on the West Indies Cricket Board for the abandonment of the 2014 tour has been waived.