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Last Update on: August 6th, 2022 at 02:17 pm

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West Indies face India in the fourth T20I in Florida on August 6. They are trailing 1-2 in the series and need to win both the Florida games to win the series. After an initial delay, the players from both teams have received their US visas and will reach Miami by Thursday.

Ricky Skerritt, the president of Cricket West Indies (CWI) thanked Guyanese President Irfan Ali for his intervention and getting the job done. “It was a timely and influential diplomatic effort by His Excellency,” said Ricky Skerritt.

CWI President Ricky Skerritt
CWI President Ricky Skerritt (Twitter)

“They can fly only tomorrow afternoon. All Visa applications have been approved but passports are not to be returned until this afternoon,” Skerritt said, revealing the reason for the delayed travel. “All that the CWI could do has been done. Last night’s charter to Miami, for those previously with visas, was at greater financial risk to delay it than to operate it as previously planned,” Skerritt further said.

Meanwhile, the final two T20Is give West Indies ample opportunities to try out various combinations in order to fine-tune their T20 World Cup squad. In this article, we take a look at the Windies playing XI for the 4th T20I against India.

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IND vs WI: West Indies’ Predicted Playing XI Against India, 4th T20I

Brandon King

Brandon King
Brandon King. Image: Twitter

King has been in form opening the batting for West Indies. He will open the batting in the fourth T20I as well. He scored 20in the third T20I.

Also Read: WI vs IND: Match Preview – India Tour of West Indies 2022, 4th T20I

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