"We will of course abide by the ruling, but have to wonder if such punitive action at a pivotal stage of the series is good for cricket", he said. The second Test match between the Windies and England in North Sound, Antigua, was over inside three days with the hosts thumping Joe Root's men by 10 wickets to bag the series. The captain moved back to No 4 in the final Test against India last summer and scored a century in that match, following it up two games later with 124 in Kandy as England took a 2-0 series lead over Sri Lanka.
There could be more disappointment for the West Indies ahead of the third and final test against England in St Lucia with the Caribbean side bracing for the possibility of another ICC sanction ahead of the match.
Jason Holder nearly single-handedly won his team the Test series against this highly-rated English side and also reached the no.1 spot in ICC Test rankings for all-rounders.
Cameron did not specify exactly what modification he favoured, and he is not arguing the letter of the law.
Holder has been the driving force behind West Indies in the series. And then to get out leaving one second time was very frustrating.' Now he knows the importance of what is anything but a dead rubber. His unbeaten maiden double hundred propelled them to a massive 381-run win in the opening Test in Bridgetown two weeks ago, and an inspired spell of seam bowling in the second innings of the second Test helped them seal the series win last Saturday.
"They have played the better cricket and have been in great form, and it has really hurt England".
While Kraigg Brathwaite will take over the captaincy in St Lucia, Holder will travel with the squad and be on hand to offer advice and motivation throughout the match.