Indian squad for WI tour to be picked on Wednesday

Updated: 17 June 2009 08:08 IST

The Indian squad for the four-match one-day series in the West Indies starting June 26 will be picked on Wednesday in Mumbai.

New Delhi:

The Indian squad for the four-match one-day series in the West Indies starting June 26 will be picked on Wednesday in Mumbai.

Chief selector Krishnamachari Srikkanth and his colleague Raja Venkat, who are now in England, will have a teleconference with the other members of the selection panel to decide on the squad.

"Two members of the All-India Selection Committee are in England at the moment. They will communicate with their colleagues at the Cricket Centre in Mumbai through a teleconference," a BCCI statement said on Tuesday.

India play four one-day matches in the West Indies, with two games being scheduled in Jamaica (June 26 and 28) and two in St. Lucia (July 3 and 5).

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