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Old November 3, 2011, 06:51 PM
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St John’s, Antigua – Head Coach of the West Indies A Team, Hendy Springer said that the Digicel Series between Windies A and Bangladesh A will present major opportunities for the top performers to move into the West Indies team.

“We saw from the last time West Indies A played against Bangladesh A a number of players including Darren Bravo, Nelon Pascal and Shane Shillingford going on to play for the West Indies,” Springer said shortly after the Windies A first training session at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds Thursday morning.
“The pitch here at SVRCG appears to be on the slow side so I believe that spin will play a major role in the bowling attacks of both sides,” Springer projected.

He said that the statistics from regional cricket will show that West Indian batsmen have gotten out to spin bowling more than faster bowling. However he believes that it is not that the West Indian batsmen lack competence to play spin but more an issue of their approach.
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