Chris Gayle has been remembered for the West Indies’ 14-man group against England later this season.
The gaudy batsman, who’s the Windies’ leading runscorer, opted out of India and Bangladesh’s limited overs tours October.
Past July, the continue played for his country in a ODI against Bangladesh.
Wicketkeeper Nicholas Pooran has also been picked.
The Windies’ squad has been named for the first two games.
Gayle, who’s graduated the maximum centuries (2-3 ) with way of a West Indian from the ODI format, chose to play at the Afghanistan premier-league alternatively of this tour into the sub continent late last year.
And the decision to remember him comes ahead of the World Cup that is held in England and Wales, starting on 31 May.
Batsman Marlon Samuels, 38, is also unavailable as a result of treatment to a knee injury.
“He’s clearly a player with undoubted talent and we believe they can increase value to your midst purchase. Shannon Gabriel remains greatly within our World Cup plans but using a heavy workload expected from the Test series, he’ll probably soon undoubtedly be considered for selection from the ODI series.
“As we keep our Cricket World Cup preparations, the coming series against the top-ranked ODI side can be really a wonderful opportunity for all of people to estimate where we are like a team.”
The first two matches will be played in Kensington Oval February, before finishing Darren Sammy Cricket Ground at St Lucia on 2 March and shifting into the Grenada National Stadium for matches three and four.
1st ODI: Kensington Oval – Wednesday, 20 February
2nd ODI: Kensington Oval – Friday February
3rd ODI: Grenada National Stadium – 25 February, Monday
4th ODI: Grenada National Stadium – Wednesday, 27 February
5th ODI: Daren Sammy Cricket Ground – Saturday, 2 March