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Kyle Mayers replaces Brandon King in West Indies’ T20 World Cup squad

Kyle Mayers replaces Brandon King in West Indies’ T20 World Cup squad

The West Indies team will be hoping that Mayers can adapt quickly and make a significant contribution to their World Cup campaign.

The West Indies cricket team has received a boost with the official approval of Kyle Mayers as a replacement for the injured Brandon King in their T20 World Cup squad. The announcement was made by the ICC in a statement on Friday, June 21st.

Brandon King out with Injury

Brandon King, who suffered a side strain while batting against England on Wednesday, was forced to retire hurt and subsequently ruled out of the remaining T20 World Cup. His absence left a significant gap in the batting line-up.

Kyle Mayers: Seasoned replacement

Stepping up to fill the void is left-handed batter Kyle Mayers. An experienced player with 37 T20 Internationals under his belt, Mayers brings both power and stability to the West Indies batting order. His inclusion is expected to bolster the team’s middle order.

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Joining WI squad just in time

Kyle Mayers is expected to join the West Indies squad on Saturday, ahead of their crucial final Super 8s clash against South Africa on June 23rd. While he is likely to miss their upcoming match against co-hosts USA on Friday, his presence will be vital for the high-pressure encounter against South Africa.

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Crucial role to play in T20 WC

The West Indies team will be hoping that Mayers can adapt quickly and make a significant contribution to their World Cup campaign. His ability to score runs quickly and his experience in international cricket will be valuable assets as the Windies chase T20 World Cup glory.

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