West Indies are experimenting things to make sure that they have found answers to all loopholes in their side before the mega event in WT20 later this year. West Indies have found an answer to their death bowling woes at the moment with Obed McCoy coming good along with the experienced Dwayne Bravo for them.
The former skipper Jason Holder has been transformed into an utility cricketer nowadays by West Indies and as a matter of fact, Jason Holder is one of the bowlers to attempt most number of yorkers at death in the last year or so. His execution is getting better with each passing day as well. The latest news is that, the lanky all rounder has been rested for the 4th T20I against South Africa.
Shimron Hetmyer replaced Chris Gayle in the playing 11 in the 3rd T20I and with Jason Holder being rested for the 4th T20I, Shimron Hetmyer retains his place in the squad and in all possibility, Chris Gayle might be playing this game ahead of Jason Holder.
The lead selector Roger Harper also said that the decision to leave out Jason Holder was a planned one as they want everyone to have a field day.
South Africa are leading the series at the moment and a win in the 4th game will help them clinch the T20I series after blanking the home side West Indies 2-0 in the longer format of the game.
West Indies on the other hand are just focusing on the process and they are building an exciting squad for the WT20.
Kieron Pollard (Captain), Nicholas Pooran, Fabian Allen, Dwayne Bravo, Fidel Edwards, Andre Fletcher, Chris Gayle, Shimron Hetmyer,Akeal Hosein, Evin Lewis, Obed McCoy, Andre Russell, Lendl Simmons