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Holder wants consistency


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PORT OF SPAIN – Captain Jason Holder has called for more consistency from his batting group as the West Indies get ready to face India in a five-match one-day series starting here next week.

The Caribbean side struggled throughout the recent three-match rubber against minnows Afghanistan, losing the first game and winning the second, before the series decider was abandoned due to heavy rain in St Lucia.

Not a single Windies batsman managed a half-century in the series, with Shai Hope getting a best of 48 not out in the second game, and Holder said this was an area that needed to be addressed.

“We are still looking for a bit more consistency, not only from him (Hope) but the entire group. I think one of our biggest things is to build partnerships. We have to find ways to build parnerships against quality bowling attacks,” he pointed out. (CMC)

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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