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WI Vs IND: Brian Lara Expects West Indies Players To Come Good Against India

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India will begin its Test campaign against West Indies on July 12 in Dominica, followed by three ODIs and five T20Is in a multi-format series.

West Indies ’ performance tutor Brian Lara believes his players are moving in the “ right direction ” and hoped some of them will snare the occasion and produce the goods against a redoubtable India in the forthcoming two- Test series.

India will begin its Test crusade on July 12 in Dominica, followed by three ODIs and five T20Is in a multi-format series.

“We’ve two veritably important Test matches which start the two- time cycle (World Test Championship) for us, it’s against India. At home and down from home, they’re one of the top brigades in the world, ” said Lara.

“I suppose the guys are moving in the right direction, in terms of where we started the camp and where we are. It’s just a many days out from the first match at Dominica, but it’s a youthful group, adeptly lead by Kraigg Brathwaite. But I feel that some of the guys can come into their own in this series, it’s a tough opposition but I feel that’s the way we can get the stylish out of them, ” he added.

West Indies has named two uncapped left- handed batters- Kirk McKenzie and Alick Athanaze– in its team for the forthcoming series.

The 53- time-old fur great, who was the head trainer of Sunrisers Hyderabad during the IPL (Indian Premier League) this time, said the two youths have the right station and amenability to learn and can make it big in transnational justice.

“Great able players, youthful and of course, you would have loved if they had a lot further experience in the First- Class arena but looking at their style of play and station, I belief they do have what it takes to perform at the loftiest position, ” he said.

“It may take some time but obviously as an transnational cricketer if you’re entering this stage, no matter what age you enter, you got to learn veritably, veritably snappily. And, I suppose they’ve that kind of station to want to learn and( are) willing to hear. ”

West Indies finished at the eighth spot with just four triumphs and seven losses in the last WTC cycle.

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