Perth: Team India will look to keep the winning momentum going as they get ready to take on the West Indies in their fourth match at Perth on March 6.
Team India has so far done all the things right in the tournament and is currently on the top of Pool B. On the other hand, its opponent, West Indies, had an uneven performance by winning just two matches and losing the other two.
Ravi Shastri, India’s team director, looked after the team’s practice session as coach Duncan Fletcher is away for personal reason. India’s last outing was a fast 9 wicket demolition of the UAE which dived to a finish with less than 50 overs being played.
After the game against West Indies, Team India will travel to New Zealand where they play Zimbabwe and Ireland.