Darren Bravo, the mainstay of the West Indies batting line-up, is expected to meet officials of West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) to clear misunderstandings with the board which resulted in him being banned from regional as well as West Indies cricket. The conversation is expected to be held over Skype and it gives scope for a frank discussion between both aggrieved parties.
Four more murders Thursday night have made January 19th the bloodiest day the country has recorded for the year so far, with no fewer than seven killings.
Two men were shot dead in a vehicle in Carapo around 7pm, one man was shot dead at Savary Street in St Joseph and another man was shot dead in Plymouth, Tobago.
Those four, together with a murder of 48-year-old Anthony Roberts in Arima this morning and the murders of Kurlan "Miceman" George and Shameel Ali in St Joseph around 3pm, take the toll to seven.