The West Indies ODI team has done reasonably well in recent past as it produced clinical performances against strong teams like India and England in their recent tours. The young inexperienced side came quite close to winning both series but its lack of composure at crucial moments cost the important games.
Skipper Jason Holder, who has played a major part in the resurgence of West Indies cricket in recent years, feels that his side is on the right track to win the 3rd cricket World Cup for West Indies.
“Our boys are probably not the finished product, but we're definitely on the right path to becoming pretty good West Indian players. If we stick together for the next two or three years, the sky's the limit. And, being in England, this was the last place we lifted the World Cup. Who knows, maybe there's a script to be written there,” he said.