Denesh Ramdin hints at exclusion from West Indies Test squad against India

St Kitts, July 7: West Indies wicket-keeper Denesh Ramdin has hinted that he may not be a part of the national side's Test squad against India, starting with the opening match at Antigua on July 21.

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West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has not announced the Test squad yet, but Ramdin has hinted his fans that he won't be featuring in the side, suggesting the "new chairman" had spoken to him of his sacking.

Denesh Ramdin hints at exclusion from West Indies Test squad against India

"What a rainy day,lil heads up for shotta 80 fans wouldn't be playin in test series vs chairman says my avg isn't Gud," tweeted Ramdin. (Kohli-led Team India reaches West Indies to play four-Test series)

Courtney Browne, the former West Indies wicketkeeper, is the new selector who had replaced Clive Lloyd as West Indies' chairman of selectors in June.

"Last 2 innings over 60 vs Australia down under but not good to play anymore," Ramdin expressed his anguish in another tweet.

Ramdin has played 74 Tests for West Indies and has amassed 2,898 runs at an average of 25.87. The wicket-keeper batsman has also captained West Indies in 13 Tests before Jason Holder replaced him in September 2015.


In his last Test outing, which was against Australia, Ramdin scored 59 and 62 runs.

West Indies toured Australia in 2015-16 and it was the last occasion , and alluded to those scores while voicing his frustration.

Meanwhile, the Indian cricket team, led by skipper Virat Kohli, on Thursday (July 7) reached St Kitts to play a four-Test bilateral series against the West Indies

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