Batsman Sunil Ambris will take the place of Russell, who has failed to replicate his stunning Indian Premier League (IPL) form during the World Cup in England and Wales.
Russell was crowned player of the tournament in this season's IPL and got off to a flyer at the World Cup by taking 2-4 with the ball in a thumping seven-wicket win over Pakistan.
Vincentian Sunil Ambris has been called up to replace the injured Andre Russell in the West Indies World Cup team.
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West Indies are now eighth on the table and have nearly no chance of qualifying for the semifinals.
"The replacement of a player requires the approval of the Event Technical Committee before the replacement player can be officially added to the squad", the ICC press release stated. Ambris averages 105.33 from his six ODIs, with his solitary global century coming against Ireland in the recent Tri-series that also featured Bangladesh. "It was a tough game at the very end, but I'm proud of the guys, especially Carlos, who had a good innings".
He however travels to England to be part of a West Indies team that has won a solitary match, lost five and had one rained out.