"West Indies have match-winners, but that is not enough to play in English conditions and win the World Cup. We need a team that is consistent. (But) once they are in the knock-out, they can beat any team. We have seen that in the past," ICC quoted Lara, as saying.
Inzamam said that these changes would take place to ensure key players do not break down in the run-up to the 50-over World Cup 2019.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) should take an "unprecedented stand" with regard to India-Pakistan cricketing matters, a top BCCI official told ANI on condition of anonymity.