Weak West Indies team’s hopes are tied to heavy Cornwell
Chittagong: The weak West Indies have pinned their hopes on Tests against Bangladesh on Rakim Cornwell.
The West Indies have started a two-Test series against Bangladesh starting on Wednesday. Experienced Caribbean cricketers have not been included in the tour due to the corona virus, so captain Braithwaite has an inexperienced side. Spinner Rakhim, who is 6 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 140 kilograms, could play a key role in the victory.
Cornwell has played three Tests so far, taking seven wickets in a match against Afghanistan in Lucknow.