Holder Wants Team To Perform Well Against India

Holder Wants Team To Perform Well Against India

Holder Wants Team To Perform Well Against India

Holder wants his team to have a perfect game against India today

West Indies captain Jason Holder said he wants his team to have a perfect game in their upcoming match against India.

“We’ve shown glimpses here and there of what we can produce. And as a side we just haven’t brought it together collectively more often than not,” said Holder at Old Trafford Cricket Ground on Wednesday. “And it hurt us in games before. So tomorrow is another opportunity for us to bring it all together and play a perfect game.”

“Injuries have definitely plagued us. But I’ve been proud of them so far. I think for them it just a matter for them to grasp batting on the international circuit,” said Holder when asked about his team members. “And I think Shai (Hope) has done a reasonable job. Hety (Shimron Hetmyer) has shown glimpses of brilliance, as well as Nicholas. It’s up to them to take it deeper. They’ve got to be the rock and soul for our team.”

“And they’ve got to set up games and learn to close them out. And a guy who has done that over the tournament is (New Zealand captain) Kane Williamson,” continued Holder.

Holder also stated his team are looking forward to their match against India.

“In terms of the squad, I think everybody’s upbeat for the occasion. Playing India is always a big game for West Indies, and we’re looking forward to it,” stated Holder. “First we need to finish the campaign as best as we can. And our objective is to win all three games.”

West Indies will be playing against India today at Old Trafford Cricket Ground. Windies currently have +270 odds to win the match while the Men in Blue have -333 odds.

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