Brathwaite needs WI to pursue Britain format

LEEDS: West Independents ought to pursue Britain's guide to return more grounded in the following Scene Cup, all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite said after the double cross bosses left the competition with just two triumphs from nine matches.

Jason Holder and his men entered the competition as a potential dull steed however blew hot and cold in the middle of wins in their opener against Pakistan and their last match against Afghanistan.

Regardless of their initial leave, the rise of batsmen Shai Expectation, Nicholas Pooran and Shimron Hetmyer have made Caribbean fans hopeful about the group's future.

Brathwaite needs them to mirror Britain who have changed themselves in the wake of slamming out of the 2015 World Cup, procuring a variety of stroke-creators who routinely help the group to 300 or more sums.

"As a group, we have to regroup," Brathwaite, who almost pulled off a trilling triumph against New Zealand with a breathtaking century, told journalists. "We have a break, some throbbing bodies will get time to recover and afterward it's tied in with discovering ways and mixes to contend and win arrangement.

"Ideally we can bring that triumphant mindset into the following Scene Cup. In the event that you take a gander at 2015 and what Britain did after the World Cup, they have developed directly to the 2019 World Cup and it's paying profits."

Britain, who entered the competition as the top positioned ODI group however have since slipped to the runner up, have joined Australia and India in the semi-finals with New Zealand finishing the last four line-up after Pakistan were disposed of on Friday.

"I don't know off the field what the plans are for the 2023 World Cup however I believe it's something we have to take a gander at and work towards that," Brathwaite said. "By and large, it was an encounter that West Non mainstream players must profit by to return more grounded as a group. There is dissatisfaction in the changing rooms at not making the last four but rather we're grateful for the great exhibitions.

"Sheldon Cottrell had a phenomenal competition and on occasion like these it's anything but difficult to release those things missing.

"Be that as it may, as a group we met up, we featured the folks that we thought had great exhibitions and the folks that didn't will take the exercises and return from it so we can begin to win two-sided arrangement paving the way to the following Scene Cup."

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