Yashaswi Jaiswal to open the game
It hasn’t even been a year since Jaiswal appeared on the national radar. A compact left-handed opener who hits the ball long and hard, he was one of the players who caught the world’s attention at the 2020 Under-19 World Cup, where India finished runners-up. Since then, the left-handed player has grown by leaps and bounds. Jaiswal has had a fruitful season in the IPL and domestically and is ready to make a name for himself in international cricket against the West Indies.
Р. Ashwin returns to the
line-up When the off-spinner was dropped from the final Test match of the World Cup against Australia at The Oval, which India lost, the team management was criticized for not playing. However, Windsor Park is traditionally favorable for spinners, with the tweakers picking up 87 wickets at a rate of 23.35, and Rohit Sharma has said they might go with a combination of two spinners and three seamers. Ashwin will be licking his lips to be back in the squad in these conditions.
Jaydev Unadkat will get a game
Despite making his debut in 2010, Unadkat has played just two Test matches in his career. In recent years, he has proved himself on the domestic scene and in December, he got a call-up to the Indian team against Bangladesh and played in the second Test of the series. However, since his return, he has only become a main squad player. However, the 31-year-old player may get a chance with the