Shamelia Connell, Keshawna Knight, Natasha McLean and uncapped fast bowler Genelia Glasgow have been left out after being part of the squad against New Zealand, reducing the playing group from 17 to 14.
The series is a crucial one for both West Indies and England, who are looking to bounce back from defeats in their respective opening matches of the 2022-25 ICC Women’s Championship. While the West Indies lost 2–1 to New Zealand, England were beaten 3–0 by India, with both defeats coming in home series defeats.
The top five teams at the end of the 2022-25 cycle will automatically qualify for the 2025 ODI World Cup in India.
“This series against England follows New Zealand’s tour of the West Indies and will continue our important preparations for the upcoming tri-series against India and South Africa and the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup that follows. ” said lead selector Ann Brown-John. “This gives the players a great opportunity to prepare and prepare for final selection for the tri-series and the World Cup.”
West Indies ODI Squad: Hayley Mathews (capt), Shakira Selman (VC), Alia Elaine, Shayman Campbell (wicket), Effie Fletcher, Cheri Ann Fraser, Shabika Gujanbi, Shanita Grimmond, Chenelle Henry, Kasia Knight (WK), Chadian Nation, Karisma Ram Hark, Kasia Schultz, Rushda Williams