Just the players who partake in the household cricket in West Indies are qualified to be chosen for the worldwide matches. Since the real piece of West Indian capability (Gayle, Samuels and so on.) don't partake in the local one-day and top of the line competitions, they are not qualified to play in ODI and Test matches. They participate in the different T20 alliances worldwide and win some cash as opposed to playing for West Indies.
In any case, they do partake in the Caribbean Premier League (the T20 alliance of WI ). Along these lines, they are qualified to play in the T20I diversions.
Because of this, the WI cricket board needs to depend on youthful and unpracticed players for the ODI matches.