International cricket returns to Kanpur for the first time in almost four years with the deciding match of India's one-day series against West Indies on Wednesday.
The tourists levelled at 1-1 by chasing down a target of 289 in the final over for a two-wicket win in Visakhapatnam on Sunday, their first win of the trip having suffered innings defeats in both Test matches that preceded the 50-over action.
Seamer Ravi Rampaul took four wickets and a tight spell from spinner Sunil Narine helped keep India's powerful batting line-up to 288-7.
Rampaul's haul of 4-60 included the wicket of Virat Kohli for 99, denying him a fifth ODI century of the year.
West Indies are likely to keep faith in the same starting XI, although Tino Best would come into the side if an injection of extra pace is deemed necessary for what is a day game.
India's most recent visit to Kanpur's Green Park was an innings victory over Sri Lanka in a Test back in November 2009 - and they have a strong record at the venue in ODIs, winning nine out of 12 in total.
The home side are also set to name an unchanged team.