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Kraigg Brathwaite, the West Indies opener, says he is quietly confident of doing well against England as the home team started their preparations for the upcoming Three-Test Series.

The 22-year-old was speaking as the Windies started their preparations at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground on Monday.

The Barbados batsman has been in terrific form scoring three centuries in the recently concluded inaugural WICB Professional Cricket League (PCL) and a hard-fought century against South Africa in the second Test at Port Elizabeth last year.

Brathwaite's recent centuries include 102 and 112 against Guyana Jaguars and 106 against South Africa last year.

The West Indies continued their preparation at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground under the supervision of new head coach Phil Simmons, the former West Indies all-rounder.

The last time West Indies and England played a Test series in the Caribbean, the regional side emerged victorious one-nil.
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