As Jason Holder fronted the media just before the Test arrangement that will see the arrival of live cricket, most inquiries spun around West Indies’ batting. That, on the grounds that, while the guests have a deadly pace assault, the onus will be on the batsmen to back the bowlers on the off chance that they are to inconvenience the hosts.
Holder, however, wasn’t too worried about the batting unit and focused on he’s sure that they will have the option to challenge any semblance of Jofra Archer, James Anderson and Stuart Broad.
“We’ve got stability, we’ve got depth,” the West Indies Test captain said on Tuesday (July 7).
Jason confident that the guys will perform decently
Jason knows people have pointed out a lot about the performance of lower order in the recent past. But he believes that his team has got ample talent to perform well. And Jason trusts, they will do well in the near future.
The two groups share a great deal practically speaking going into the arrangement as worldwide cricket returns following a 143-day COVID-instigated break. Head class pace assaults, weapon all-rounders and a crude top request – so it isn’t unexpected if the result of the arrangement could well be chosen by which batting unit admissions better. Holder said he’s sure his players can challenge England in their own sanctum. On the off chance that anyone takes a gander at this West Indies Test side, the team had some great outcomes, Jason brought up. They have won arrangement, won Tests, beaten top sides. Jason’s team have demonstrated in the past that they can win against top sides and they can win the arrangement against top sides.
Will we see Holder batting up the order? It’s on the radar for him personally and he has had some success. He is feeling good. Feeling good mentally and that’s the most important thing.