Kingston: West Indies fast bowler Fidel Edwards has no plans to be hospitable to the Indians and promises to bombard the susceptible-to-pace visiting batsmen with short-pitched deliveries in the first of a three-match Test series, starting on Monday.
"I have always called it (Sabina Park) a second home; a home away from home. Indians, over the years have had problems against short balls. They looked a lot better in the last series I watched but hopefully the promise is still there," said Edwards.
Edwards was plucked out of nowhere by the then West Indian captain Brian Lara during the 2003 home series against Sri Lanka and he obliged immediately with a five-wicket haul.