No drastic measures were taken as the West Indies’ selectors decided to keep faith with the batting lineup that was skittled for 100 runs in a lopsided first Test against India in the Caribbean on Sunday. Only one change was made in the 15-men squad for the second Test with fast bowler Miguel Cummins who failed to take a wicket in Antigua making way for all-rounder Keemo Paul.
Always tell someone how you feel because opportunities are lost in the blink of an eye but regret can last a lifetime.
West Indies haven't lost a Test series at home for more than two years now.
They've beaten Bangladesh and England, besides finishing level with Sri Lanka.
Their last defeat was to Pakistan
a thriller that brought the curtains down on two famous careers ~~