Bridgetown: Chris Jordan is hoping to get a chance to show friends, family and supporters in his native country what he can do — for the opposition.
England’s 25-year-old pace bowler is back in his native Barbados raring to go for a three-match Twenty20 series against West Indies set to start at the Kensington Oval today.
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