Keemo Paul added to the West Indies squad for Pakistan tour

West Indies cricketer Keemo Paul. Image : Getty

West Indies cricketer Keemo Paul. Image : Getty

West Indies have declared the consideration of Keemo Paul to their ODI crew for the visit through Pakistan.

Paul last played an ODI in February 2020 and was not piece of the group that played against Netherlands as of late. His return was provoked by great returns in the homegrown rivalry where he was the top wicket-taker among quick bowlers.

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Lead selector Desmon Haynes said, “Keemo Paul has been kept out in the new past because of injury and we view the administration of his body as foremost to his prosperity, when on West Indies obligation as well as when he is with his provincial establishment. We have watched him act in the new West Indies Championship Four-Day Competition for the Guyana Harpy Eagles and we think he is prepared to return into the overlay.”

West Indies are set to play each of the three ODIs, that are a piece of the ICC ODI Super League, in Multan beginning on Wednesday, June 8.

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