Difficult For West Indies to Replace Kieron Pollard, Sunil Narine
While Sunil Narine has been reported for a suspected bowling action, Kieron Pollard opted out of the World Twenty20I due to an injury. West Indies team kick start their campaign against England at the Wankhede on March 16. Spinner Narine has been reported for a suspected bowling action and has not been able to correct it before the tournament, while all-rounder Pollard has opted out with an injury. Most of the West Indies team members have been playing in T20 leagues around the world but they have not had much of cricket together. The last time they played a T20 international was in November 2015 against Sri Lanka. Most of the guys were in Dubai where they were playing in the PSL (Pakistan Super League) in conditions similar to India.