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ICC World Cup 2023: West Indies name strong 15-member squad for the ICC World Cup Qualifiers

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The ICC World Cup 2023 qualifiers will take place in June and July 2023 in Zimbabwe. Along with USA and UAE, West Indies, Netherlands, Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka, Scotland, Oman, Nepal and Ireland will play in the qualifiers. The teams have been divided into two groups and the top three teams from each group will advance to the super six. The top two teams in the super six will then make entry into the World Cup in India. 

ICC World Cup 2023: West Indies name strong 15-member squad for the ICC World Cup Qualifiers

ICC World Cup 2023 Qualifier: West Indies announces squad for CWC 2023 Zimbabwe
ICC World Cup 2023 Qualifier: West Indies announces squad for CWC 2023 Zimbabwe

With ICC World Cup Qualifiers just around the corner, West Indies have named a strong 15-member squad for the tournament.  The team will be led by an experienced opener in Shai Hope with Rovman Powell being his deputy. The duo were recently given the leadership role. 

What has been the main highlight of the squad is West Indies has recalled Johnson Charles into the team. He was a late addition to the team after Gudakesh Motie was ruled out of the tournament due to a lower back injury. 

The rest of the squad seems pretty balanced with Shamarh Brooks, Yannic Cariah, Keacy Carty and Nicholas Pooran boosting the batting department. There are quite a few all-rounders in the team in Roston Chase, Jason Holder, Akeal Hosein, Brandon King, Kyle Mayers, Keemo Paul, Nicholas Pooran, and Romario Shepherd whereas Alzarri Joesph pacer in the team. 

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Here’s the West Indies squad for the ICC World Cup Qualifiers

Shai Hope (c), Rovman Powell (vc), Shamarh Brooks, Yannic Cariah, Keacy Carty, Johnson Charles, Roston Chase, Jason Holder, Akeal Hosein, Alzarri Joseph, Brandon King, Kyle Mayers, Keemo Paul, Nicholas Pooran, Romario Shepherd

West Indies are placed in Group A and will be the opener of the ICC World Cup Qualifiers. They will lock horns with the USA in their first game on the 18th June.  Before taking on Nepal on 22 June followed by Zimbabwe on 24 June and the Netherlands on 26 June. 

ICC World Cup 2023: Full Schedule for the Qualifiers

ICC World Cup 2023
ICC World Cup

Here’s the full Schedule of the ICC Qualifiers: 

Sunday, 18 June

Zimbabwe v Nepal, Harare Sports Club

West Indies v USA, Takashinga Cricket Club 

Monday, 19 June

Sri Lanka v UAE, Queen’s Sports Club

Ireland v Oman, Bulawayo Athletic Club 

Tuesday, 20 June

Zimbabwe v Netherlands, Harare Sports Club

Nepal v USA, Takashinga Cricket Club 

Wednesday, 21 June

Ireland v Scotland, Queen’s Sports Club

Oman v UAE, Bulawayo Athletic Club 

Thursday, 22 June

West Indies v Nepal, Harare Sports Club

Netherlands v USA, Takashinga Cricket Club 

Friday, 23 June

Sri Lanka v Oman, Queen’s Sports Club

Scotland v UAE, Bulawayo Athletic Club 

Saturday, 24 June

Zimbabwe v West Indies, Harare Sports Club

Netherlands v Nepal, Takashinga Cricket Club 

Sunday, 25 June

Sri Lanka v Ireland, Queen’s Sports Club

Scotland v Oman, Bulawayo Athletic Club 

Monday, 26 June

Zimbabwe v USA, Harare Sports Club

West Indies v Netherlands, Takashinga Cricket Club 

Tuesday, 27 June

Sri Lanka v Scotland, Queen’s Sports Club

Ireland v UAE, Bulawayo Athletic Club 

Thursday, 29 June

Super 6: A2 v B2, Queen’s Sports Club 

Friday, 30 June

Super 6: A3 v B1, Queen’s Sports Club

Playoff: A5 v B4, Takashinga Cricket Club 

Saturday, 1 July

Super 6: A1 v B3, Harare Sports Club 

Sunday, 2 July

Super 6: A2 v B1, Queen’s Sports Club

Playoff: A4 v B5, Takashinga Cricket Club 

Monday, 3 July

Super 6: A3 v B2, Harare Sports Club 

Tuesday, 4 July

Super 6: A2 v B3, Queen’s Sports Club

Playoff: 7th v 8th Takashinga Cricket Club 

Wednesday, 5 July

Super Six: A1 v B2, Harare Sports Club 

Thursday, 6 July

Super Six: A3 v B3, Queen’s Sports Club

Playoff: 9th v 10th Takashinga Cricket Club 

Friday, 07 July

Super Six: A1 v B1, Harare Sports Club 

Sunday, 09 July

Final, Harare Sports Club

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