England bowler Stuart Broad says the decision to snub him for the West Indies tour has left him "confused and angrier with each passing day". The 35-year-old took 13 wickets from three Tests during the recent 4-0 Ashes mauling in Australia and is England's second-highest all-time wicket-taker with 537 from 152 matches. Their leading wicket-taker James Anderson, 39, has also been left out from the Tests in the Caribbean. England will arrive in Antigua on 25 February and play a four-day warm-up match starting on 1st March followed by three Tests.
STUART BROAD: I'm waking up more confused angrier each day... I could take being dropped if my standards slipped but I feel gutted that all I've had is a five-minute phone call and nothing else | @StuartBroad8 https://t.co/A56qBOTwB1— MailOnline Sport (@MailSport) February 12, 2022