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Uncapped Kenroy Peters will replace the injured quicky Kemar Roach

West Indies Cricket Board Selectors have replaced the injured medium fast bowler Kemar Roach with uncapped Kenroy Peters in the West Indies squad for the remaining Test series against South Africa. Roach picked two wickets in the first innings of the South African Test at Centurion before leaving with sore ankle. He did not come out to bat in either innings as West Indies lost with an innings. Roach will now on his return trip to West Indies to undergo rehabilitation work. Peters has played in 62 first-class games collapsing 190 wickets at an average of 20.21. West Indies will play against South Africa in the second Test at Port Elizabeth which starts on December 26.


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