Roach ruled out
Kemar Roach will miss West Indies’ Test series with Bangladesh due to a knee injury.
The paceman sustained a medial hamstring tendon tear in his right leg during a club game in Barbados and has been replaced by Fidel Edwards.
"It's a blow for us," admitted West Indies coach Ottis Gibson. "He’s been an outstanding Test bowler for us in the last 12 months. He’s got a lot of wickets for us.
"The news is not all bad. It's not a major, major injury. He has started his rehab already, so hopefully he can recover within the next three weeks and, perhaps, make the one-day series, which means he will get some cricket before the end of the year."
Commenting on Edwards’ inclusion, Gibson added: "Fidel was a member of the squad that played in the recent ICC World Twenty20 tournament and he has been bowling, so his bowling fitness will be right up there at its peak.
"Along with Ravi Rampaul and Tino Best, we feel confident that they will all be able to do a good job for us in the Tests, whichever combination is selected."
The first Test of two begins in Mirpur on November 13.