Would you select Kieron Pollard for the ICC World Cup?

By April 13, 2019

Kieron Pollard has made it publicly clear that he is very interested in making the Windies team to the World Cup. Pollard's statements came after Cricket West Indies President Ricky Skerritt revamped the Windies coaching staff and selection panel ahead of the marquee event. Does Pollard have a legitimate claim for a spot?

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