HEADLINE: Windies focused on consistency, game awareness - Phil Simmons

link CaribbeanCricket.com Joined: Mar 5, 2003
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11/17/20, 9:01:19 AM 

In four days’ time when the West Indies bow into action against New Zealand ‘A’ at the Queenstown Events Centre in Queenstown, New Zealand, fans should expect to see evidence of some of the areas that head coach Phil Simmons has had the players concentrating on since they arrived in New Zealand.

The West Indies were given a special dispensation to train while they were isolated but have now begun more intensive training as they ramp up their preparations for their three T20 Internationals and two Test-series that begins on November 27.

Phil Simmons revealed that there are specific areas that the team has been focused on that will hopefully translate into better performances in what is expected to be a challenging tour.

“The big areas are consistency, especially in the bowling and understanding situations, especially in the batting,” Simmons said.

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link Onionman0 Joined: Mar 6, 2020
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11/17/20, 1:41:35 PM 
In reply to CaribbeanCricket.com

Head coach please don't repeat the mistakes of England tour......have trust upon the players selected in the entire squad of 15 men....all the 15 men choosen can play and perform at the highest level i.e.test cricket....

link dayne Joined: May 28, 2007
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11/17/20, 3:43:18 PM 
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It is puzzling that Coach Simmonds stressed that they are looking for consistency, especially in the bowling department, Hmm!, for the last few years it has been the batting that has been inconsistent. Has he been sleeping on the job again?

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