Shai Hope and Rovman Powell will take over as West Indies’ ODI and T20I captains, respectively, in lieu of Nicholas Pooran, who resigned as the team’s white-ball skipper following the T20 World Cup last year. Both Hope and Powell, who had previously served as vice-captains during Pooran’s time as a captain, will assume leadership in their respective roles for the next tour to South Africa.
With the exception of an unexpected series of outcomes in the final few Super League games, West Indies will have to qualify for the ODI World Cup, which will be contested in India later this year, via the international match in Zimbabwe, which is slated for June or July. They are now listed on the table as ninth, well behind Afghanistan, who are listed first.seventh.
Each captain will be a key player in strategy and planning during the months leading up to the next ICC World Tournaments. The West Indies will probably need to participate in ODI qualifications, which will take place in Zimbabwe in June, in order to compete in the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2023. The ICC T20 World Cup will be co-hosted by the USA and the West Indies in June 2024. In an official statement from Cricket West Indies, the two captains expressed their opinions.
Being named captain of any West Indies squad is a great honour and distinction. One dreams of being the head coach of a team that has such enormous significance to myself, my squad, and our throngs of fans around the globe.in my youth. There is no need for a lengthy explanation of the rich history and tradition that have made our region and our particular brand of cricket so well-known and adored. I want to express my gratitude to CWI for giving me this fantastic chance. My top aim will be to steer West Indies cricket in the correct path, and I’ll work tirelessly to accomplish that goal. I’m looking forward to a lengthy and fruitful term as captain of the West Indies One-Day International team with the help of my teammates and our devoted fans.
I’m incredibly grateful and honoured to have been granted the incredible opportunity to lead the West Indies. This is a significant vote of confidence in me, and I consider it the greatest honour of my life.career. There is no greater responsibility in Caribbean cricket than being asked to carry the flag, a position that some of the finest West Indies cricketers have previously held. In addition, I want to thank CWI for giving me the chance to lead the squad as we aim for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, which we will co-host with the USA the following year. I play cricket with a lot of enthusiasm and I think that you should always give your all.