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Holder To Lead Windies In Zimbabwe Tour

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It's more of the same, as Jason Holder will lead an unchanged West Indies Squad to Zimbabwe for a Two-Test Series that begins later this month.

The same 16-member squad recently performed encouragingly in England, losing the Test Series 2-1 but pulling off their first win in the country in 17 years in the Second Test at Headingley.

The Selectors have gone with continuity, which means the likes of Kyle Hope, who only managed 41 runs in the his debut series at an average of 6.83, and Shane Dowrich, who struggled with the gloves while only scoring 24 runs at 4.80, will keep their places despite enduring a difficult time in England.

Courtney Browne, the Chairman of Selectors, defended the decision by stating that the dedication, commitment and focus in their preparation and during the Series in England showed immense character for such a young team in very difficult conditions against world-class competition.

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