Keen to finish a controversially-abandoned 2014 debate of India, a West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has pronounced it would horde a Indians in 2016 if a players’ organisation agrees to a joining on a series.
The West Indies cricket group had deserted a debate of India in Oct final year overdue to a compensate brawl with a Board, withdrawal a BCCI “shocked and disappointed”.
The Caribbeans’ pierce had forced a Indian Board to entice Sri Lanka for a hurriedly-arranged ODI array to fill a void.
The WICB had tendered an reparation to a BCCI for a players’ control and now it is penetrating to safeguard that a emptied joining to India is honoured.
WICB President Dave Cameron had discussions with BCCI arch Shashank Manohar and reliable that a West Indies will horde India in a Caribbean in 2016.
“This agreement is theme to a WICB and a Players Association giving a corner joining to complete, during a after date, a debate that betimes finished in Oct 2014,” a WICB said.
Cameron, however, was carefree that a array would go forward but a join this time.
“Cricket remained a centrepiece of the contention and we are happy to be during this juncture,” pronounced Cameron.