BARBADOS: Chairman West Indian Cricket Board Whycliffe Dave Cameron said Monday that chances of tri-series in Zimbabwe including host and Pakistan have not died completely.
While talking to media in Guyana, WCB chairman said the tri-series can still take place.
He went on to say that West Indian team’s chances of Champions Trophy have dimmed.
“If we read current situation, there are not more than 10 percent chances for our team to qualify for the Trophy.” He said.
Dave Cameron said the tri-series was their last hope to play Champions Trophy, but had been put on hold due to ‘unknown’ reasons, however the chances have not completely died.
He criticised West Indian team’s recent performance and said it has only gone down further and further in the recent years.