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India is hoping that its experiments would succeed against the West Indies in the series finale

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When India plays the West Indies in the ODI series finale on Tuesday, they will be hoping the experiment of using Sanju Samson and Suryakumar Yadav in the middle-order is a success.

When India plays the West Indies in the deciding ODI of the series on Tuesday, they will be hoping that the experiment of playing Sanju Samson and Suryakumar Yadav in the middle-order succeeds. India, who hasn’t lost an ODI series to the West Indies since 2006, is in danger of suffering a rare series loss after their decision to rest captains Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli backfired in the second game in Barbados. India is considering the larger picture ahead of next month’s Asia Cup and the forthcoming World Cup will have another game to see the kind of impact the younger players can make in a must-win encounter, as head coach Rahul Dravid noted after the six-wicket loss on Saturday.

We always consider the big picture. We must consider the wider picture at this point in the cycle because of some of our ailments and the upcoming Asia Cup and World Cup. We cannot obsess over each and every game or series; to do so would be a mistake, Dravid said on Saturday.

Suryakumar, who is having trouble getting his all-around game to work in the 50-over format, will try to bat long and contribute to the victory.

The series finale gives a perfect opportunity for someone like Samson, who has attempted countless comebacks but hasn’t been successful in making them count. He will probably start at position three, as he did in the second ODI.

Ishan Kishan, the opener, has been impressive with the bat since the Test series, but Shubman Gill, who has had a relatively quiet tour of the West Indies so far, is set for a big one.

Hardik Pandya is gradually increasing his workload after opening the bowling in the first two games. He has not been at his best with the bat and will be trying to accumulate some runs before the five-match T20 series against the West Indies.

The series finale gives a perfect opportunity for someone like Samson, who has attempted countless comebacks but hasn’t been successful in making them count. He will probably start at position three, as he did in the second ODI.

Ishan Kishan, the opener, has been impressive with the bat since the Test series, but Shubman Gill, who has had a relatively quiet tour of the West Indies so far, is set for a big one.

Hardik Pandya is gradually increasing his workload after opening the bowling in the first two games. He has not been at his best with the bat and will be trying to accumulate some runs before the five-match T20 series against the West Indies.

The guys are returning with a vengeance. Today, we demonstrated the mentality that we frequently discuss. Shai Hope, the captain, who will be feeling confident after scoring an unbeaten 63 in the second ODI, stated, “We need to reproduce it and need to be more consistent with the bat and ball.

West Indies:Shai Hope (captain), Rovman Powell (vice-captain), Alick Athanaze, Yannic Cariah, Keacy Carty, Dominic Drakes, Shimron Hetmyer, Alzarri Joseph, Brandon King, Kyle Mayers, Gudakesh Motie, Jayden Seales, Romario Shepherd, Kevin Sinclair, Oshane Thomas.

India:Rohit Sharma (captain), Shubman Gill, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Virat Kohli, Surya Kumar Yadav, Sanju Samson (wicket-keeper), Ishan Kishan (wicket-keeper), Hardik Pandya (vice-captain), Shardul Thakur, Ravindra Jadeja, Axar Patel, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav, Jaydev Unadkat, Umran Malik, Mukesh Kumar.

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