West Indies, who won the tournament in 2012, have a host of dynamic players who regularly shine in the world's domestic Twenty20 competitions and Ambrose said they must combine to lift the World T20 starting on March 8.
"Look at the team that we have - half of the team are in demand across the world for different T20 leagues. So you may find one guy here, maybe two in this league and two in another league, but we have all at once so we have a great chance of winning this T20 tournament – just look at
our squad," Ambrose was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au.

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Ambrose's point was recently highlighted by the standout performances of Andre Russell (Sydney Thunder), Samuel Badree (Brisbane Heat), Chris Gayle and Dwayne Bravo (Melbourne Renegades) in the KFC Big Bash League.
Bravo (201 runs, six wickets) was one of the Renegades' best, while Gayle was relatively low-key by his world-beating standards before exploding in the final match to register the equal-fastest T20 half-century of all time (12 balls).


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