West Indies batsman Darren Bravo has been ruled out of the World Cup due to a low-grade tear to his left hamstring. Bravo suffered the injury while completing a quick single during West Indies’ win over Pakistan in Christchurch last week.
The injury had ruled him out of the side’s matches against Zimbabwe and South Africa, but he was expected to make a comeback against India in Sydney on March 6. A team source, however, revealed on Thursday that the batsman was still unable to run and was taking longer than expected to recover.
West Indies will announce a replacement later this week.