The West Indies who abruptly pulled out of the Indian Tour from midway are likely to go to the tour of South Africa, as reports from the Caribbean suggest a meeting took place to solve the contracts dispute was successful.
The West Indies Cricket team sensationally abandoned their ODI tour of India, with three Tests and a Twenty20 International were left to be played.
The meeting to solve the contracts dispute seems to be have a positive outcome, however there was no official confirmation yet, Sport24 reported.
It was reportedly revealed on Monday that strike back had reached to a final decision. Media reports suggested St Vincent Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, who headed the talks, as saying that very good progress had been made.
Gonsalves said that he thinks that on the basis of the discussions, they have done proper framework for the resolving of the issues and for cricket lovers.
Particularly, heartening interest to South Africans, he added that he expects that their best team would be touring South Africa.
There had been earlier speculation that a weakened West Indies side might be sent, excluding the 14 first-choice squad members who have quitted the Indian tour early, which led to angry of the powerful Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) resulting a 42-million dollars compensation from the Caribbean equivalent body, the WICB.