Andre Russell still hopes to represent the West Indies in white-ball cricket. Russell, who hasn't played international cricket since November, wants to "win another World Cup for WI".


"I'm 34 and I want to win another World Cup for the West Indies because, at the end of the day, I'm here now, and I'm just taking it day by day," Russell told Sky Sports.


In 67 T20Is for WI, Russell has racked up 741 runs at 19.50. Russell enjoys a strike rate of 156.00 in T20Is. With the ball, Russell has claimed 39 scalps at 34.97.

Stats since 2021

Russell returned to West Indies' T20I squad in June 2021. He has scored just 201 runs from 18 matches at an average of 18.27 ever since.


The dispute between the marquee players and WI cricket board has made headlines quite often. Due to the disagreements, the Caribbeans haven't been able to build a core team.

T20 WC

All the disputes notwithstanding, the inclusion of Russell would certainly bolster the West Indian side in the upcoming T20 World Cup. He has a strike rate of 139.82 with the bat and owns 18 wickets at 25.33.