England vs West Indies: Sheldon Cottrell, West Indies Player To Watch


Sheldon Cottrell must obtain arches, so that cricket followers can enjoy his commemorative march and also salute.

Sheldon Cottrell the Jamaican Defence Force soldier that has his hallmark march and also salute after every gate, has actually been doing the drill fairly often for the West Indies in World Cup2019 The left-arm quick bowler, fairly a rarity in West Indies cricket, has actually remained in the thick of points as the Caribbeans include their distinctive flavour to the goings-on in England and also Wales. Win, shed or no-result. The left-armer has actually come away with 5 arches thus far in the 3 suits played by the West Indies, which is fairly the accomplishment, provided the battery of quick bowlers they have.

The West Indies started with a bang, knocking down Pakistan, yet after that were shed their 2nd suit to Australia, a high-scoring event which the West Indies looked readied to win till a couple of suspicious terminations established them back. The 3rd suit versus South Africa was drizzled out after Cottrell had actually made 2 very early invasions.

Sheldon Cottrell made his launching versus South Africa at Port Elizabeth in January 2015 and also asserted 2 arches.

Cottrell has actually thus far played 17 One-day Internationals (ODI) for the West Indies and also asserted 22 arches at an economic climate of 5.95 and also a strike price of 31.0. His finest numbers are 5/46