Tymal Mills
Tymal Mills in action during the Hundred. (Photo: Twitter)
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Ravi Rampaul

Ravi Rampaul, Trinbago Knight Riders, CPL 2021
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The 36-year-old West Indies pacer Ravi Rampaul was part of the West Indies squad that won the 2012 T20 World Cup. Meanwhile, now he will be making a comeback in the team as he has been named in the 15-member squad of West Indies for the upcoming T20 World Cup 2021.

Notably, Ravi Rampaul played his last T20 Internationals game for West Indies back in 2015 against Sri Lanka where he picked 3 wickets at Colombo.

Ravi Rampaul is a massively experienced bowler and he had a good outing in the last CG Insurance Super50 Cup and the current Hero CPL. Also, the 36-year-old pacer possesses the capability to bowl crucial spells in the powerplay, middle overs, and death overs.

The main reason behind Ravi getting his slot back in the world cup squad is his recent run in the spin-friendly St Kitts tracks in the CPL 2021, notably, he has emerged as the best pacer in the tournament and has already picked 17 wickets at an average of 13 and an economy rate of 7.20.

Overall, Ravi Rampaul has scalped 29 wickets for West Indies in 23 T20I games at an economy of 8.51 and an average of 24.31.

He bowls amazing slower cutters which will be very effective in the slow UAE surface. It was surely a dream comeback for Ravi Rampaul and with his current form, he can surely convert this dream come back into a very highly successful one.

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