Assistant coach of the West Indies women’s team, Corey Collymore, says the players will have to be sharp in the field if the are to come out on top against a strong England team.
The Caribbean girls will face the England Lionesses in five T20 matches at the County Ground, in Derby, with the first match scheduled for September 21.
The Caribbean women have been living and training in a bio-secured bubble ahead of the series since August 30 as part of the COVID-19 protocol to ensure the safety of the players, coaches and officials.
Colymore says the players are adopting well to the environment.
Corey Collymore, assistant coach of the West indies women.