Jason Holder is the current skipper of West Indies cricket team. He is holding tight the current crop of Windies team which is not one of the best like they were ones. Holder made his ODI debut at Perth against Australia in a One Day International in 2013 where Windies were badly thrashed by mighty Aussies as they lost that match by 9 wickets. But in his debut Test he made a fighting half-century in the second innings of match against New Zealand at Bridgetown. Except in the T20 format Holder has made a name of himself in other two formats-Test and ODI. With a team full of allrounders Holder has been performing consistently for the team. Holder sometimes went for too much in bowling that is the only negative in his game, lack of temperament stops him to enter the big leagues of cricketers.read more
Jason Holder is the only player to be left out from the squad that participated in the three-match ODI series in India which Windies lost 1-2.
With the rubber currently tied, both the teams will leave no stone unturned to clinch the series and players from both the sides were seen relaxing ahead of the series decider.
Windies are currently ranked eighth in the ICC Test team rankings, however, Holder felt his team will soon be at the fourth or fifth spot in the charts.
West Indies will play three T20Is, three ODIs, and a Test against Afghanistan in Dehradun in India between November 5 and December 1.
Only one West Indies batsman managed to score a fifty across the two-match series as West Indies recorded their poorest-ever average (14.95) in any Test series.
India ended day one of the 2nd Test against West Indies on 264/5 with Hanuma Vihari and Rishabh Pant at the crease.
West Indies captain Jason Holder lashed out at the side's batsmen after the team was bundled out on 222 in the first innings of the ongoing Test match.
Jason Holder said that West Indies are at their best when they play against top oppositions and playing against Kohli and Ashwin is a challenge he is looking forward to.
If there is pace and bounce, Kohli is likely to go with four specialist bowlers in which Ravichandran Ashwin and Kuldeep Yadav will be fighting for the lone spinner's slot.
West Indies' ODI and Test captain Jason Holder, as well as T20 star Andre Russell, were among the recipients of the recently-announced Player of the Year awards.
Mayank Agarwal scored 4 while Hanuma Vihari was dismissed for a duck as Jason Holder ran through India the A top-order against West Indies A.
West Indies skipper Jason Holder was left utterly disappointed after a crushing 125-run defeat to India in their World Cup encounter in Manchester.
Chris Gayle has suggested that he will now retire after India's tour to West Indies, which is scheduled to begin in August.
Bangladesh rode on brilliant knocks from Shakib al Hasan (124*) and Liton Das (94*) and chased down the target of 322 with more than 50 balls to spare.
West Indies skipper Jason Holder said it has been a difficult week for the explosive all-rounder Andre Russell, who left the field before England beat the Windies by 8 wickets.
Russell has had to deal with recurring knee issues over the years and was seen limping in the field after his fiery spell against Pakistan.
West Indies' captain Jason Holder praised his bowlers for a brilliant performance in bundling Pakistan out for 105 in the first innings.
West Indies, who are the reigning Twenty20 champions, have a proud history at the ODI World Cup, winning the first two editions of the tournament in 1975 and 1979 and making the final of the third.
West Indies captain Jason Holder said that they have a proud history but this team wants to create their own legacy in this year's World Cup.
Gayle is one of a handful of players who would not shirk from chasing 419 and the 39-year-old Jamaican picked up Buttler's baton with a ton of his own.