The reserves include Sunil Ambris and Raymon Reifer, who will join the main 15-man squad in a training camp in Southampton from May 19 to 23
- Dwayne Bravo, Kieron Pollard named among West Indies' World Cup reserves
- Jason Holder targets Afghanistan at the World Cup
- Could never have dreamt of playing so many World Cups - Chris Gayle
- '1983 was the biggest disappointment of my career'
The West Indies captain looks ahead to the tournament in England, and to playing one team in particular
Bangladesh chased 210 in a rain-shortened game to win their first-ever ODI tournament final
West Indies have lost to Bangladesh in both league games. Can they turn their fortunes in the grand finale?
Gayle, who is set to play in his fifth ODI World Cup, said the tournament would be another opportunity for West Indies to turn things around
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