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One Day International Series
Arnos Vale, Kingstown, St.Vincent
Kyle Jarvis has been ruled out of the remainder of Zimbabwe's one-day series in West Indies.
The fast bowler is suffering from a stress fracture in his lower back and will take no further part in the tour.
The five-match series is level at 1-1 ahead of the third instalment in St Vincent on Wednesday.
The opening two games, both in Guyana, were close affairs - Zimbabwe taking the opener by two runs and West Indies hitting back with a four-wicket success in the second.
The pitch at the Arnos Vale Multiplex in Kingstown, St Vincent is slow and low, ideal for the tourists' spinners to again put the squeeze on West Indies' fragile batting line-up.
The seam attack is more of a worry for Zimbabwe with Shingirai Masakadza and Chris Mpofu failing to impress and Jarvis injured.
For West Indies, Dwayne Bravo and his younger brother Darren have pushed Andre Fletcher and Dwayne Smith out of a 14-man squad.
Ramnaresh Sarwan, however, remains on the sidelines as the West Indies Cricket Board have decided not to rush his return from a back injury.
All-rounder Dwayne Bravo has spent the last two months on the periphery after breaking a thumb when playing for the Victoria Bushrangers in Australia's Twenty20 Big Bash in January.
His powerful batting, steady medium-fast bowling, and livewire fielding should give a boost to the home team.
The younger Bravo was dropped from the squad following a first-ball duck in the Twenty20 international between the two sides.
West Indies have a good record at the Arnos Vale Multiplex with 14 wins in 17 one-day internationals at the venue.
However, two of their three losses have come in the last two matches - Pakistan winning by 59 runs five years ago and Australia by 84 runs in 2008.
West Indies (from): C Gayle (capt), A Barath, S Benn, D Bernard, Darren Bravo, Dwayne Bravo S Chanderpaul, N Deonarine, N Miller, K Pollard, D Ramdin (wkt), R Rampaul, K Roach, D Sammy
Zimbabwe (from): P Utseya (capt), E Chigumbura, C Coventry, G Cremer, G Lamb, T Maruma, H Masakadza, S Masakadza, S Matsikenyeri, C Mpofu, R Price, V Sibanda, T Taibu (wkt), B Taylor
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