“looks like we can get a win” – Jayden Seales believes they can get Win in the next two matches

The first Test between the touring England and the West Indies ended in a draw. Several West Indies batsmen and bowlers were among the notable performers in that match.

Twenty-year-old Trinidadian fast bowler Jayden Seales took four wickets in the first innings but failed to take a single wicket in the second innings. he said he was happy with his performance. But he also admitted that he believed he had more to do.

However, he said that the pitch he played in the first match was not easy to bowl and he learned a lot from it.

“The pitch was not the easiest to bowl on – you always had to put in a lot of effort, always had to run in [and] use the wicket as much as possible. It was a good [game] to experience and I’m looking to learn from it.”

He also said that he wanted to improve on more crucial points under the new ball.

“I have to bowl straighter in the future. Take away width from the batsman, try to bring the stumps in play as much as possible from that kind of four-to-five-metre length just bringing batsmen forward as much as possible.”

“For me, it is about being a little more consistent with the new ball. I think at times I bowl a bit too wide and a bit too short.”

He also said that when they entered the field to play on the final day of the first Test, they knew that the match would end in a draw, and that they were in the mood to get it if it looked like a win anyway.

“We had the mindset that we would bat for as long as possible and see how far we can take it, and if it looks like we can get a win, we would go for the win.”

Seals said the team is training hard and will be showing it in the second and third games..

“There are more good Test matches to come. The team has been coming together very well We’ve been training hard leading up to the camp. Everyone has been putting in a good amount of work and the intensity has been high.

It showed in this game, and it’s just a matter of us going out and repeating it in the second game and the third match.” he added

The West Indies will face England in the second Test at Kensington Oval on Wednesday and The West Indies squad was named a few days ago and the same squad that played for the first match was named.

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