The West Indies have been eliminated from important competitions before. They failed to qualify for the requirements to compete for the Champions Trophy in 2017 as well as the Super 12s of the T20 World Cup.

After falling to Scotland in a super six match qualifier on Sunday in Harare, West Indies, the two-time champions, were unable to advance to the 2023 ODI World Cup in India. West Indies suffered a devastating seven wicket loss.
West Indies needed to defeat Scotland to maintain their chance of qualifying, however after being bowled out for 181, Scotland was able to reach the goal with 6.3 over remaining.
West Indies, the 1975 edition champion, is making its first appearance among the top 10 teams in 50-50 cricket in the 48-year history of the competition.
Despite their success in the T20 Cup in 2012 and 2016, they have struggled in the Test and ODI formats.
West Indies has to compete in the preliminary match before the 2019

World Cup, but they ultimately succeeded in placing in the top two alongside Afghanistan to spare themselves from embarrassment.

Clarification by captain

“I don’t believe all hope is lost. Numerous young players in the group have the potential to grow and improve West Indies cricket. We need to provide some support for our young players since they are our future. 

It is crucial that we make an effort to make use of free time and set up plans for talent development, according to Holder.

To ensure that the guys have a solid basis when they arrive, we must examine and enhance the levels below. It is an area to which we should give particular focus. It won’t work instantly. We should take the time to work on it. 

Development is what matters most. We should be able to see the results of that harvest in the next years, he said.

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