Dhaka, Jan. 14 -- West Indies skipper Kraigg Brathwaite has said the squad that came to Bangladesh is not a second-string team and that they are capable of doing well at the international level.

Braithwaite interacted with the media on Wednesday evening during a virtual press conference.

Due to the Covid-19 situation, at least 12 regular members of the West Indies opted to stay out of this series in Bangladesh, reports UNB. So, the Cricket West Indies had to send a second-string and inexperienced team. But the stand-in captain of the Caribbeans says insists they are not second-string.

"I don't see the guys here as second-string. I think they can perform and do well at the international level. I know they're looking for the opportunity,...