“After spending time with players and coaches in Australia and interacting with CWI, I truly believe that I can help players be more successful than their mental approach to the game and their strategy,” Lara said. I can help.” His first assignment will be with the West Indies Test squad, which he has already joined in Zimbabwe. He will help with preparations ahead of the first Test in Bulawayo starting on February 4. Before the Test, West Indies will also play a four-day warm-up game, starting on Saturday in Bulawayo.
“I really look forward to Brian’s significant contribution to our cricket system by providing invaluable guidance and advice to our players and coaches,” said Adams. “We are confident that Brian will help improve our high-performance mindset and strategic culture that will bring us more success on the field across all formats. Everyone is excited to have Brian join us in supporting our players.”
Although the CWI did not specify how long Lara will work with the various teams going forward, he is expected to be in the ODI World Cup in India and the next T in the US and the Caribbean at less than ten months old. It came about 18 months before the Twenty20 World Cup. The year