Obed McCoy, a left-arm fast bowler, has rejoined the West Indies team in preparation for their upcoming T20I series against Bangladesh. Ingram, who was a crucial component of the Rajasthan Royals’ march to the IPL final in the latter stages, is back as the two-time global champions seek a personnel refresh to find the top players for the next T20 World Cup.

Shamarh Brooks, Alzarri Joseph, Keemo Paul, and Devon Thomas have all been reinstated, replacing Fabian Allen, Roston Chase, and Sheldon Cottrell, among the alterations. The T20I vice-captaincy for West Indies has also been given to Rovman Powell by the selection committee.

“The history of Rovman is well known.” He has led the West Indies as captain previously, and he also serves as captain of his CPL team,” Desmond Haynes, the head selection, remarked. “It is part of our responsibility to look at potential future leaders, and we have identified a handful, among them him, who we will put through programs to keep them active in that facet of cricket.

“Thomas, a cricketer who excels in all forms, is very flexible. With that kind of potential, he has been doing well in franchise cricket, so we need to make sure we keep him engaged. He is a four-dimensional player who brings a lot to the table. He can bowl, bat, play outstanding defense, and maintain a wicket.

Haynes said that he is sure that McCoy is back to his best in terms of playing and health because of his performance in the IPL and his time in England.