Why Rovman Powell needs to step up in the remaining T20Is v India
It may not seem very evident, but there’s a sense of disparity in Rovman Powell’s numbers as batsman.
His is a rather uncanny condition going by the traditional view of things that an international cricketer’s first class batting average is supposedly - or generally- higher than his ODI or T20I average.
Most frontline batsmen that break into the international arena do so at the back of scoring copious runs with their first-class average soaring northwards.
Instead, Rovman Powell’s first class batting average is 15, would you believe it?
He has, in fact, scored 383 first class runs, in all.
The uncanniness becomes evident when you realise his IPL average is about the same as his T20I average playing for the West Indies.
But here’s the fun bit.