West Indies are boosted by the return of four players for Sunday's Twenty20 International against Zimbabwe, however captain Chris Gayle will miss the match in order to attend to his ill mother.
Talisman Shivnarine Chanderpaul, opening batsman Adrian Barath, off-spinner Sulieman Benn and middle-order batsman Darren Bravo all return for the hosts after missing the whitewash one-day series defeat in Australia.
Wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin will lead the Windies for the one-off Twenty20 at the Queen's Park Oval, Trinidad.
The return of Chanderpaul comes as a timely boost for the home side, with the evergreen left-hander finally returning to fitness after fracturing his thumb against Australia back in December.
"I am feeling okay," he told the Trinidad Express newspaper."(The thumb) just needs to be tested at the higher level to see where we are."
As well as the return of the aforementioned quartet, West Indies have also recalled all-rounder Dave Bernard Jnr and powerful opening batsman Andre Fletcher.
Sunday's Twenty20 international is the first between the two sides since the format gained international status six years ago.