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Wednesday, March 21, 2012


AAP March 22, 2012 7:04am

CHRIS Gayle appears set to miss all of Australia's tour of the Caribbean after a meeting with West Indies Cricket Board officials failed to bring about a positive resolution.
 Gayle had reportedly been set to end his feud with the board, which has kept the explosive batsman out of international cricket since last year's World Cup.

But it's believed a difference of opinion over whether Gayle should be allowed to honour his Indian Premier League contract instead of representing the West Indies caused Monday's talks in St Vincent to break down.

The 32-year-old wasn't in the squad named by West Indies selectors for the final two one-day internationals against Australia in St Lucia and it appears he will remain on the outer for the rest of the tour, with another meeting unlikely to take place.

The Windies have made one change to their squad, with Adrian Barath replacing opener Kieran Powell.

Barath missed selection for the first three ODIs due to injury but proved his fitness with a century for Trinidad and Tobago against Guyana last weekend.

The fourth match of the series against Australia, which is locked at 1-1 after the third match ended in a tie, will be played at the Beausejour Stadium in St Lucia on Friday (Saturday AEDT).


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