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West Indies have rested captain Darren Sammy for the warm-up fixture against England Lions, their last match before the first Test.
Darren Sammy remains optimistic despite injury, visa and travel issues meaning West Indies only had 11 fit players at Hove.
Fidel and Kirk Edwards put West Indies in control of the second Test against Bangladesh on day two.
Fidel Edwards took 4-56 on his first Test appearance for two years as West Indies bowled out India for 246 on day one in Jamaica.
West Indies have included Shivnarine Chanderpaul in a 13-man Test squad despite his recent dispute with the board.
West Indies captain Chris Gayle believes his side have what it takes to beat Australia despite losing five key players to injury.