Cummins called up by Windies for England dead rubber
Miguel Cummins may play in his third ODI after being added to West Indies' squad for the third and final contest against England.
West Indies have added Miguel Cummins to their squad for the dead-rubber one-day international contest against England as a replacement for the injured Shannon Gabriel.
Paceman Gabriel sustained a left side strain during the second ODI in Antigua, which the Windies lost by four wickets to slip to a 2-0 deficit in the three-match series, and was restricted to bowling just three overs.
Cummins, who was named in an initial 15-man squad before that was trimmed to 13, is now in contention to play when West Indies attempt to salvage some pride from the third fixture in Bridgetown on Thursday.
The 26-year-old has played in two ODIs, the last of which came in November against Zimbabwe.