West Indies coach Phil Simmons has admitted there are some long conversations to be had about the composition of the team’s top order, ahead of the third and final Test against England.
Heading into the series, concerns had been raised about how the team’s top order would fare against an experienced England bowling attack. So far, they have not proven to be unfounded. With the exception of Brathwaite, the top team’s top three has failed to fire so far.
John Campbell and Shai Hope have only managed to muster high scores of 28 and 25, respectively, so far this series, and failed to make it to double digits in two of four innings. Though offering no confirmation, Simmons admitted it could be time for some changes.
“It’s something that we have to look at over the next couple days and decide which direction we go then,” Simmons told members of the media, via a Zoom press conference.
“They haven’t fired so we have to consider it (changes) over the next couple days,” he added. (Sportsmax)