Ottis Gibson wants his West Indies side to use their Twenty20 success to help improve their one-day cricket. They go into the series in Australia ranked seventh in ODIs and Gibson is looking for them to move up the ladder.
West Indies open their tour against a Prime Minister’s XI in Canberra on Tuesday with speculation surrounding Gibson’s future. He will almost certainly be in charge for the five-match ODI series and the one-off T20 – West Indies first match against a major nation since winning the World T20 in October.
“We are the T20 world champions and we are proud of what we achieved in that tournament but that doesn’t put any added pressure on the team,” Gibson said. “Hopefully with that victory and what we achieved more people will come and watch us. Read more
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