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West Indies seek to bounce back against England after washout

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West Indies seek to bounce back against England after washout

West Indies seek to bounce back against England after washout

West Indies captain Jason Holder says his side are eager to get back into the game following their previous game's washout against South Africa.

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West Indies seek to bounce back against England after washout

SHOWS: SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND, UK (JUNE 13, 2019) (ICC - NO RESALES) 1.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) WEST INDIES CAPTAIN JASON HOLDER, SAYING: "Well, it is a little disappointing obviously not being able to play.

Today was our last day to practice and as you can see with the weather we are not able to get outside.

Again, it is beyond our control.

With regards to injuries, we make our final determination tomorrow morning, just giving everybody the best chance to just recover well and be eligible for selection." 2.

WHITE FLASH 3.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) WEST INDIES CAPTAIN JASON HOLDER, SAYING: "We are looking forward to this situation.

It's a very important game for us.

Every game in this World Cup is very important, but having a washed-out game in the last encounter against South Africa, we are just looking forward to getting on the park and hopefully the weather stays away and we can get a good game." STORY: West Indies captain Jason Holder said the rainy weather that have severely affected the World Cup schedule was affecting the team's preparations for Friday's (June 14) clash against hosts England.

Holder said his side was keen on springing back into action after their last game against South Africa was abandoned due to rain.

The team are currently sixth in the table having won their opener against Pakistan before a loss against Australia.



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