Bravo has scored 3,400 runs and averages 40.00 in 49 Tests, with eight centuries.
He was sent home shortly before a one-day international tri-series with Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka in November 2016 after calling on Cameron to resign in response to an interview where the WICB president said Bravo had been offered a Grade C contract because of a falling average.
Bravo's contract was revoked and he did not play international cricket until a Twenty20 international against India in November last year before featuring in the ODI and T20 series against Bangladesh.
He had also not played first-class cricket since being dropped until appearing for Trinidad & Tobago earlier this month.
After losing both Tests against Bangladesh, West Indies have dropped batsman Sunil Ambris, leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo, wicketkeeper Jahmar Hamilton, fast bowler Sherman Lewis, pace bowler Keemo Paul, opener Kieran Powell and left-arm paceman Raymon Reifer from the squad.
Following the Tests, England play West Indies in five ODIs and three T20s.
West Indies: Jason Holder (capt), Kraigg Brathwaite, Darren Bravo, Shamarh Brooks, John Campbell, Roston Chase, Shane Dowrich, Shannon Gabriel, Shimron Hetmyer, Shai Hope, Alzarri Joseph, Kemar Roach, Jomel Warrican.
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