Much has changed in West Indies cricket in the year since Denesh Ramdin last played a Test for them. Of the XI who started that game against South Africa in Barbados, only three others remain in the squad for next month’s tour of Bangladesh.
With West Indies systematically losing their senior players either due to a lack of form, a lack of enthusiasm for the longer forms or a dispute with the board, Ramdin returns to the side as one of the most experienced players. He lost his place last year after a lean run in the home series against South Africa, making 34 runs from five ODIs and 63 runs in three Tests. It also cost him his central contract.
“I’m delighted to be back after a year out of cricket at the international level,” he said on Saturday, just before Trinidad & Tobago started a lengthy training session in Bangalore...Read More