CWI: Devon Thomas and Keemo Paul to miss 3rd T20I vs Bangladesh

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Photo Credit: Cricket West Indies

Devon Thomas and Keemo Paul have been ruled out of the third and final T20 International against Bangladesh on Thursday 7 July. Thomas, the wicket-keeper/batter held three catches during the first T20I at Windsor Park, Dominica but unfortunately sustained a thigh strain. The injury kept him out of the second T20I.

Paul, the seam-bowling allrounder, played in the second match as a replacement for Thomas. He complained of flu-like symptoms on Thursday. He remained at the team hotel and has been tested for COVID-19.

Cricket West Indies’ (CWI) Men’s Selection Panel has named left-handed allrounder Dominic Drakes as the replacement for the third match to be played at the Guyana National Stadium.

West Indies have a 1-0 lead heading into the final match. The first match was a no result due to rain and West Indies won the second by 35 runs.

Fans can book reserve their seats via safe in the knowledge you can choose your preferred seat location before getting to the ground and avoid queues. Online purchases allow fans to save the tickets to a mobile device or print out at home to present for scanning at the stadium. The prices will range from US$6 (GUY$1200) for the Mound/Grounds, to US$15 (GUY$3000) for the Orange Stand or US$25 (GUY$5000) for the best seats in the Red and Green Stands. Children under 16 and Seniors receive free entry. The stadium box office is also open for ticket sales.

Fans can watch live on ESPN Caribbean and listen to live radio commentary on the Windies Cricket YouTube channel.


Nicholas Pooran (Captain)

Rovman Powell (Vice Captain)

Shamarh Brooks

Dominic Drakes

Akeal Hosein

Alzarri Joseph

Brandon King

Kyle Mayers

Obed McCoy

Romario Shepherd

Odean Smith

Hayden Walsh Jr.

MATCH SCHEDULE – Bangladesh tour of West Indies

Padma Bridge – Dream Fulfilled – Friendship Test Series, presented by Walton

June 16-20: 1st Test – Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua – West Indies won by 7 wickets

June 24-28: 2nd Test – Daren Sammy Cricket Ground, St Lucia –West Indies won by 10 wickets

T20 International Series

July 2: 1st T20I – Windsor Park, Dominica – No result

July 3: 2nd T20I – Windsor Park, Dominica – West Indies won by 35 runs

July 7: 3rd T20I – Guyana Stadium, Guyana, Local start time 1:30pm/12:30pm Jamaica

CG United One-Day International Series

July 10: 1st CG United ODI – Guyana Stadium, Guyana. Local start time 9:30am/8:30am Jamaica

July 13: 2nd CG United ODI – Guyana Stadium, Guyana. Local start time 9:30am/8:30am Jamaica

July 16: 3rd CG United ODI – Guyana Stadium, Guyana. Local start time 9:30am/8:30am Jamaica


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