ANDRE RUSSELL TO MISS LAST ODI MATCH.

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BASSETERRE, St. Kitts- Andre Russell has been ruled out the last One Day International against Bangladesh at Warner Park in St. Kitts due to a knee injury.

He has since had treatment to his knee and should be fit for selection for the 3-match T20 series.

Sheldon Cottrell has been named as Russell’s replacement for the last ODI on Saturday in St. Kitts.

The 3-match T20 series will start in St. Kitts on July 31, with the last two matches being played at Central Broward Regional Park in Florida on August 4 and 5.

Full Squad:
Jason Holder – Captain
Devendra Bishoo
Chris Gayle
Shimron Hetmyer
Shai Hope
Alzarri Joseph
Evin Lewis
Jason Mohammed
Ashley Nurse
Rovman Powell
Sheldon Cottrell
Keemo Paul
Kieran Powell

BANGLADESH TO WEST INDIES 2018
(Start time in brackets)

Thu, Jun 28 to Fri, Jun 29
Tour Match – Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua (10 am daily) –
Wed, Jul 4 to Sun, Jul 8
1st Test – Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua (10 am daily)
Thu, Jul 12 to Mon, Jul 16
2nd Test – Sabina Park, Jamaica (10 am daily)
Thu, Jul 19
Tour Match – UWI Vice Chancellor’s XI vs Bangladesh, Sabina Park (9:30 am)
Sun, Jul 22
1st One-day International – Guyana National Stadium, Guyana (9:30 am)
Wed, Jul 25
2nd One-day International – Guyana National Stadium (2:30 pm)
Sat, Jul 28
3rd One-day International – Warner Park, St. Kitts (9:30 am)
Tue, Jul 31
1st Twenty20 International – Warner Park (8 pm)
Sat, Aug 4
2nd Twenty20 International – Central Broward Regional Park, United States (8 pm)
Sun, Aug 5
3rd Twenty20 International – Central Broward Regional Park (8 pm)

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