West Indies captain Jason Holder can play county cricket in England

In the first two Tests against England, Caribbean captain Jason Holder performed amazingly and played a big role in winning the team. After this, the ICC banned him for a match for the slow over rate. After the ban, he will not be able to play in the third test but after that he has got an offer to play in county cricket.


England’s county team, Northamptonshire, has invited them to play for their team this season, that is, 2019. The holder will be with the team for the first two championship matches. The first match will be played from April 5 while the second match will be played against Glamorgan from April 11. However, the holder will now have to get permission from the West Indies Cricket Board before taking part in county cricket.

JEE Main April 2019 registration begins @ jeemain.nic.in; exam from April 6

This time the County Cricket season will start a month before the World Cup in England. For the World Cup preparations, the team of West Indies will tour Ireland just a month ago. Northamptonshire has said that the Holders consider England as a great place and they want to play cricket for a long time here. In such a situation, county cricket is a great opportunity where I can test myself in the condition of England. Let us tell you that the Holders will not play because of the ban in the third Test match in Antigua.


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