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England tour of the West Indies 2009: Jan 21: England team arrive, Barbados Feb 4-8: 1st Test, Sabina Park, Jamaica Feb 13-17: 2nd Test, Sir Viv Richards Stadium, Antigua Feb 26-March 2: 3rd Test, Kensington Oval, Barbados

This is a list of West Indian Test cricketers.A Test match is an international cricket match between two of the leading cricketing nations. The list is arranged in the order in which each player won his Test cap. England tour of the West Indies 2009: Jan 21: England team arrive, Barbados Feb 4-8: 1st Test, Sabina Park, Jamaica Feb 13-17: 2nd Test, Sir Viv Richards Stadium, Antigua Feb 26-March 2: 3rd Test, Kensington Oval, Barbados England tour of the West Indies 2009: Jan 21: England team arrive, Barbados Feb 4-8: 1st Test, Sabina Park, Jamaica Feb 13-17: 2nd Test, Sir Viv Richards Stadium, Antigua Feb 26-March 2: 3rd Test, Kensington Oval, Barbados Template:Country data West Indies is an internal data container not intended to be transcluded directly. It is used indirectly by templates such as flag , flagicon , and others. This template is within the scope of WikiProject Flag Template , a collaborative effort to maintain flag templates on Wikipedia. In February 2019, Chris Gayle announced his retirement from ODI cricket, and he last played in a Test match in September 2014, against Bangladesh. However, in June 2019, during the Cricket World Cup, Gayle expressed his desire to play in the ODI matches for the West Indies, and possibly a Test match as well.

In February 2019, Chris Gayle announced his retirement from ODI cricket, and he last played in a Test match in September 2014, against Bangladesh. However, in June 2019, during the Cricket World Cup, Gayle expressed his desire to play in the ODI matches for the West Indies, and possibly a Test match as well. Whistlin' past the ear. In 1975-76 against West Indies, Jeff Thomson was struggling to live up to his fearsome reputation. But on Boxing Day he let rip. July 2016