2017 CPL: 5 players who can make a comeback to T20Is
#4. Andre Fletcher
The St. Lucia Stars are the least successful team in the history of the Caribbean Premier League as they have always ended amongst the bottom two teams but Andre Fletcher has been one of their finest and most loyal players.
Fletcher last featured for the West Indies during their T20 series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates where he had a disastrous outing, finishing with only 40 runs in three matches at a disappointing average of 13.33 and an even more disappointing strike rate of 66.67.
Since then, the keeper-batsman is yet to play for the West Indies. Fletcher had been signed by Peshawar Zalmi for the Pakistan Super League earlier this year but he couldn’t get a no-objection certificate, or NOC, from the West Indies Cricket Board and hence could not participate.
Fletcher has so far scored 83 runs from three matches at the CPL at an average of 27.67. Seeing that Fletcher has played some very aggressive T20 knocks in both the domestic and international circuits, we could expect the29-year old to produce some strong performances and maybe come back to the West Indies T20 side.