Windies will work hard to earn direct entry into the mega event: Gayle

Vastavam web:  Sri Lanka’s stunning defeat against Zimbabwe has provided West Indies a glimmer of hope for making it to the 2019 World Cup and aggressive batsman Chris Gayle says they will work hard to earn a direct entry into the mega event.”We want to win 2019 World Cup. Definitely, we would try to push hard for it and make sure West Indies is part of it,” the souhtpaw, who does not play ODIs as of now.
West Indies are placed ninth on the ODI rankings table and the upcoming England series is important for them to earn some crucial points.The England tour consists of three Tests, one T20I, and five ODIs. The top eight teams qualify directly, whereas the bottom four teams will compete in the World Cup qualifiers next year against the top six Associate and Affiliate teams.And, from 10-team qualifier tournament, only two teams will advance to the main tournament.