Australia stand-in coach Justin Langer says he’s not doubting the West Indies’ ability in longer formats heading into this month’s Tri-Nations Series with the Caribbean side and South Africa.
“In the shorter form game, West Indies have been excellent,” Langer said. “Last time we were here I think it was two-all in a tie and it was one-all in the Twenty20 series. So West Indies are always very, very tough competition in one-day cricket. We’re expecting nothing different this time.”
The tournament kicks off Friday 3 June when West Indies face South Africa. The Caribbean side returns to the oval 5 June to face Australia. All matches are set to be broadcast on Cayman 27 starting at 11 a.m.