West Indies head coach Floyd Reifer admitted that they have the X factor in the upcoming International Cricket Council (ICC) Men's Cricket World Cup.
"We did a lot of specifics. We worked on bowling plans, we did a lot of stuff on death bowling. All in all, the energy levels are very high. It is a really good team. There is a blend of experience and youth. At the World Cup, we have the X factor. The camaraderie is there," ICC quoted Floyd Reifer, as saying.
"Gayle and Russell, they're hardened professionals. They are going to blend right into the team and are getting ready to win the World Cup," he added.
Reifer also opined that it will be bowling department which will help them win the premier tournament.
"Looking at the pitches in England in the county circuit, they are very high-scoring. But I still think that the team that bowls and fields the best will win the World Cup. The batters are expected to score runs, but I think bowling is going to win it for us," ICC quoted Floyd Reifer, as saying.
West Indies will start their World Cup campaign against Pakistan on Mat 31.
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