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West Indies
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Test status granted 1928
First Test match v England at Lord's, London,
23–26 June 1928
Captain of Test and ODI teams Jason Holder
Captain of Twenty20 Jason Holder
Official ICC Test and ODI ranking
Test matches 530
- This year 0/0
Last Test match v Flag of New Zealand.svg.png New Zealand at Seddon Park,
Hamilton;9-12 December 2017
Wins/losses 168/187
- This year 0/0
As of 3 April 2018

The West Indies cricket team, also known colloquially as the Windies, is a multi-national cricket team representing a sporting confederation of 15 mainly English-speaking Caribbean countries, British dependencies and non-British dependencies.

From the mid-1970s to the early 1990s, the West Indies team was one of the strongest in the world in both Test and One Day International cricket. A number of cricketers considered among the best in the world have hailed from the West Indies: Sir Garfield Sobers, Lance Gibbs, Gordon Greenidge, George Headley, Brian Lara, Clive Lloyd, Malcolm Marshall, Sir Andy Roberts, Alvin Kallicharran, Rohan Kanhai, Sir Frank Worrell, Sir Clyde Walcott, Sir Everton Weekes, Sir Curtly Ambrose, Michael Holding, Courtney Walsh, Joel Garner and Sir Viv Richards have all been inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame.

The West Indies have won the ICC Cricket World Cup twice, in 1975 and 1979, the ICC World Twenty20 once, in 2012, the ICC Champions Trophy once, in 2004, and were runners up in the Cricket World Cup in 1983 and Under 19 Cricket World Cup in 2004. The first cricket team to win the World Cup twice, their record was surpassed by five World Cup wins by Australia, and equalled by India in 2011. West Indies are also the first team to win back to back World Cups, since surpassed by three consecutive World Cup wins by Australia (1999, 2003 and 2007). West Indies is the first team to appear in three consecutive World Cup finals (1975, 1979 and 1983), since surpassed by four consecutive World Cup finals appearances by Australia (1996, 1999, 2003 and 2007).

As of 29 March 2015, the West Indian cricket team is ranked eighth in Tests, eighth in ODIs and sixth in T20Is by the ICC.


This lists all the players who have played for West Indies in the past year and the forms in which they have played.

Name Age Batting Style Bowling Skill Domestic team Forms S/N
Test & ODI Captain and All Rounder
Jason Holder 29 Right-handed bat Right-arm medium-fast Barbados Test, ODI, T20I 98
T20I Captain and all-rounder
Carlos Brathwaite 33 Right-handed bat Right-arm medium-fast Barbados ODI, T20I 26
Opening batsmen
Kraigg Brathwaite 28 Right-handed bat Right-arm off break Barbados Test, ODI 92
Chris Gayle 41 Left-handed bat Right-arm off break Jamaica ODI, T20I 45
Evin Lewis 29 Left-handed bat Right-arm medium Trinidad and Tobago ODI, T20I 17
Kieran Powell 31 Left-handed bat Right-arm medium Leeward Islands Test, ODI 23
Lendl Simmons 36 Right-handed bat Right-arm medium-fast Trinidad and Tobago T20I 54
Middle-order batsmen
Sunil Ambris 28 Right-handed bat N/A Windward Islands Test, ODI 99
Jermaine Blackwood 29 Right-handed bat Right-arm off break amaica Test 27
Shimron Hetmyer 24 Left-handed bat N/A Guyana Test
Kyle Hope 32 Right-handed bat N/A Barbados Test, ODI 1
Jason Mohammed 34 Right-handed bat Right-arm off break Trinidad and Tobago ODI, T20I 93
Rovman Powell 28 Right-handed bat Right-arm medium-fast Jamaica ODI, T20I 26
Marlon Samuels 40 Right-handed bat Right-arm off break Jamaica ODI, T20I 7
Vishaul Singh 32 Left-handed bat N/A Guyana Test
Johnson Charles 32 Right-handed bat Right-arm medium-fast Windward Islands ODI 25
Shane Dowrich 29 Right-handed bat N/A Barbados Test
Shai Hope 27 Left-handed bat N/A Barbados Test, ODI 4
Chadwick Walton 36 Right-handed bat N/A Jamaica ODI, T20I 57
Jonathan Carter 33 Left-handed bat Right-arm medium Barbados ODI 78
Roston Chase 29 Right-handed bat Right-arm off break Barbados] Test, ODI 10
Kieron Pollard 34 Right-handed bat Right-arm medium-fast Trinidad and Tobago T20I 55
Raymon Reifer 30 Left-handed bat Left-arm medium-fast Barbados Test -
Pace Bowlers
Miguel Cummins 31 Left-handed bat Right-arm fast Barbados Test, ODI 41
Shannon Gabriel 33 Right-handed bat Right-arm fast Trinidad and Tobago Test, ODI 85
Alzarri Joseph 24 Right-handed bat Right-arm fast Leeward Islands Test, ODI 18
Kemar Roach 33 Right-handed bat Right-arm fast Barbados Test 24
Jerome Taylor 37 Right-handed bat Right-arm fast Jamaica ODI, T20I 75
Kesrick Williams 31 Right-handed bat Right-arm fast-medium Combined Campuses and Colleges ODI, T20I 60
Spin Bowlers
Samuel Badree 40 Right-handed bat Right-arm leg break Trinidad and Tobago T20I 77
Sulieman Benn 39 Left-handed bat Slow left-arm orthodox Barbados ODI 62
Devendra Bishoo 35 Left-handed bat Right arm leg break Guyana] Test, ODI 70
Sunil Narine 33 Left-handed bat Right-arm off break Trinidad and Tobago T20I 74
Ashley Nurse 32 Right-handed bat Right-arm off break Barbados ODI, T20I 5
Veerasammy Permaul 32 Right-handed bat Slow left-arm orthodox Guyana ODI 94

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