Alex Hales returns for England's tour of West Indies
- Author: Julie Sanders Mar 02, 2017,
Mar 02, 2017, 6:08
However, having been left out when the original squad was announced on January 27th he has been summoned after a scan confirmed he has sufficiently recovered although he will still have to undergo rehab when he gets to the West Indies to ensure he is fully fit.
England have no such concerns as hosts of both the World Cup and the next Champions Trophy in June, for which the West Indies failed to qualify. His last Test appearance for West Indies was in March 2006, against New Zealand in Napier.
The top eight teams in the International Cricket Council (ICC) ODI rankings at the end of September 2017 automatically advance to the event in England.
He played in 105 One-Day Internationals and 33 T20Is, smashing a total of 2,142 runs in the two formats.
Against England, he didn't bother running much - hitting six fours and three sixes, meaning 71% of his runs were scored in boundaries. England are due to play a three match ODI series against the West Indians, two games in Antigua and one in Barbados.
The 33-year-old was part of three World Twenty20 squads for the Windies in 2007, 2012 and 2014.
The West Indian and the Young All-Rounder Rahkeem Cornwall became the Star in the Cricketing world and Every is talking about him ad else when England Lined up to Play the West Indies Cricket Board President XI in the Second Practice Match Against West Indies.
The Right Arm Off-break Bowler Cornwall has Played for the Leeward Islands Cricket Team and also a member of the Antigua Hawkbulls and represents in the Caribbean Premier League.