It will be the final of the fifth T20s between the two sides. West Indies have already won three matches and will be looking to take the series 4-1, but India has already made it clear that it will not be an easy walk over; West Indies would have to fight for any possible victory.
Following today’s T20, the calendar of matches will continue on Wednesday, 27th February, with the start of the three match ODI series. Matches will also be played on Friday 2nd and Sunday 4th March, starting at 10:00am.
Local cricket officials have made the games free of charge and have therefore made it possible for all cricket fans to turn out in large numbers to support the two teams.
When a similar series was played here in 2009 between West Indies and England, the home side demolished the English, who at the time were the defending World Champions.