Batsman Gayle, one of the greatest drawcards in world cricket, has not spoken to West Indies since the 2015 World Cup, while Samuels has been missing for a year on account of a question with the board.
Neither plays for a test side whose much-grieved decrease in fortunes was much in confirm amid the innings and 209-run crush on account of England at Edgbaston a week ago.
Sunil Narine, and Dwayne and Darren Bravo all made themselves inaccessible for the five-coordinate ODI arrangement, which starts in Manchester on Sept. 19 and finishes up in Southampton on Sept. 29.
The match share the record for the most noteworthy organization in one-day cricket with the 372 they joined for against Zimbabwe in Canberra amid the last World Cup.
Samuels rejected a retainer from the board a year ago and was dropped for choosing to play in the Pakistan Super League as opposed to the Caribbean’s Super 50 rivalry.