Twenty20 World Cup Cricket: Jason Holder Says West Indies Have “Really Good Chances” Of Winning

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ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Seasoned all-rounder Jason Holder has underscored the need for clinical execution, if West Indies are to make an impact in the upcoming Twenty20 World Cup.

The former West Indies Test and One-Day captain said while the Caribbean hosts had “really good chances” of winning the June 1-29 showpiece, it was critical they “delivered on the day”, in spite of the composition of the squad.

“I think like anybody else in the competition I think we’ve got really good chances,” the 32-year-old said.

“We’ll probably know the conditions better than anybody else. T20 cricket is one of those formats where it doesn’t matter the names on paper, it’s all about what you deliver on the day.

“And it’s really important for us to start the competition well and set a really good precedent going throughout the entire competition.”

He continued: “We’ve got a team that has got a lot of depth. I think it is very, very important to have depth.

“We’ve got mostly two-dimensional cricketers – some three – and it’s a matter for us just to come and just deliver.” READ MORE

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