West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo is undaunted by the threat posed by a new-look Indian team and said tomorrow's game between the two sides would be a "cracker of a contest".
"I know it is going to be a cracker of a game. We know India are a very good team; it is going to be a very good game. Both teams are very strong in bowling and batting. Let us see how Sunday comes out," Bravo said ahead of their Tri-nation One-Day series game against India at Sabina Park.
West Indies began their campaign in the tournament with an easy six-wicket victory over Sri Lanka, courtesy opener Chris Gayle's 100-ball 109, which included nine fours and seven sixes while chasing a 209-run target on Friday night.