The former West Indies opener has chosen not to extend his contract, and believes it is time for him to move on from the post
With the tri-series in Dublin done, ESPNcricinfo delves into the takeaways for Bangladesh and West Indies heading into the World Cup
- Phil Simmons to step down as Afghanistan coach after World Cup
- 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
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
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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Jadhav fit, no alterations to India's World Cup squad
The selectors made up their minds to stick to the original 15 once they were told Jadhav was batting in the nets without any pain in his injured shoulder
Real Madrid need to offload Bale, but they're low on options
How do you solve a problem like Gareth Bale? It's a question that nobody seems to have an answer for right now, and that includes the man himself.
The series of events that led to Alonso and McLaren's Indy 500 failure
The reasons behind Fernando Alonso's shock failure to qualify for this year's Indy 500 can be traced back to how he and McLaren treated Honda in 2017.