West Indies skipper Jason Holder has been ruled out of the upcoming tour to Bangladesh due to a shoulder injury. The 27-year-old is “suffering from a partial thickness tear of the subscapularis tendon in his shoulder, will undergo physiotherapy and rehab when he returns back in Barbados,” according to the International Cricket Council (ICC). Also Read - Kieron Pollard Urges Players to Utilise Forced Break By Indulging in Introspection, Maintaining Fitness

In the absence of Holder, the Carribean side will be led by opening batsman Kraigg Brathwaite. Meanwhile, uncapped wicket-keeper Jahmar Hamilton has been included in the squad. He had impressed the national selectors by scoring a ton for West Indies A against England Lions earlier in February. West Indies will take on Bangladesh in two Tests, three ODIs, and three T20Is, with the Test series beginning from November 22 at Chittagong. Also Read - Cricket West Indies Suspends All Major Tournaments, Meetings

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