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Ramnaresh Sarwan and Jerome Taylor have both recovered from injury to make West Indies' squad for the World Twenty20.
West Indies captain Chris Gayle believes his side have what it takes to beat Australia despite losing five key players to injury.
West Indies' Jerome Taylor has reportedly been arrested for assaulting a police officer, putting his ODI series return in doubt.
Australia travel to St Kitts attempting to open up a 4-0 series lead without the injured Ricky Ponting who has suffered a wrist injury.
West Indies claimed their first ever Test win in South Africa with a 128-run success at St George's Park, Port Elizabeth.
West Indies chased a target of 233 to win the fourth one-day international by five wickets in Zimbabwe and take an unassailable 3-1 lead in series.