Windies elect to bat against NZ

2014-01-15 08:03
Dwayne Bravo (AFP)

Wellington - West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo won the toss and elected to bat against New Zealand in the second and final Twenty20 international Wednesday.

New Zealand have made one change from the side that won the first match on Saturday by 81 runs.

Mitch McClenaghan comes in for Tim Southee to partner Adam Milne with the new ball.

The West Indies have made two changes with Denesh Ramdin and Jason Holder coming in for Samuel Badree and Kieran Powell.

The match is the final clash on the West Indies tour of New Zealand in which they lost the Tests 2-0 and drew the one-day internationals 2-2.


New Zealand: Brendon McCullum (captain), Corey Anderson, Martin Guptill, Nathan McCullum, Mitch McClenaghan, Adam Milne, Colin Munro, James Neesham, Luke Ronchi, Jesse Ryder, Ross Taylor.

West Indies: Dwayne Bravo (captain), Denesh Ramdin, Tino Best, Johnson Charles, Andre Fletcher, Nikita Miller, Sunil Narine, Lendl Simmons, Chadwick Walton, Andre Russell, Jason Holder.

Umpires: Chris Gaffaney (NZL), Gary Baxter (NZL)

TV umpire: Derek Walker (NZL)

Match referee: Chris Broad (ENG)

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