The West Indies will go to South Africa for a two-match Test series, which will be followed by a three-match ODI and T20I series, after winning the Test series (1-0) in Zimbabwe. Two additional players have been added to the Cricket West Indies (CWI) roster for their series against South Africa, according to the selection committee.
The 15-man group that will face South Africa in the two-match Test series includes newcomers Alick Athanaze and Akeem Jordan. Because of their respective players’ strong performances, Athanaze and Jordan will join the team in place of left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican and hitter Nkrumah Bonner.
The forthcoming Test series will be both teams’ final set of fixtures in their currentCycle of the World Test Championship. The first Test between the Windies and the Proteas will take place at Centurion’s SuperSport Park, and the second Test will be played in Johannesburg. A later time will mark the release of the white-ball team.
Zimbabwe loses the series against West Indies.
Recently, Zimbabwe and West Indies engaged in a two-match Test series, with the first game ending in a hard-fought draw as the Chevrons battled back. West Indies trounced Zimbabwe in the second game of the series because the Chevrons struggled with the bat.
In the first innings, Zimbabwe only managed to score 115 runs, to which the Windies responded with a huge 292-run total. The hosts didn’tThey lost by an innings’ worth of runs on the fourth day of play.
The Windies were able to win the series after drawing the first game thanks in large part to the opening innings hits of Roston Chase and Raymon Reifer. Following his outstanding ball handling skills, Gudakesh Motie was named Player of the Match and Player of the Series.