Tri-Series: Watch West Indies, Australia and South Africa compete live on Sky Sports
By Sam Drury
Last Updated: 07/06/16 12:06pm
The Tri-Series between West Indies, Australia and South Africa is underway and you can see all the action live on Sky Sports.
Over the next month, the sides will play each other three times in the Caribbean, with the top two sides going through to the final at the Kensington Oval on June 26.
It promises to be a hard-fought series, with Australia the reigning 50-over world champions while the West Indies have shown their pedigree in white-ball cricket with victory in this year's World T20 in India.
As for South Africa, any team with a squad boasting the likes of AB de Villiers, Hashim Amla and Morne Morkel will take some beating.
Here is how you can keep up-to-date with all the rest of the action.
Live coverage on Sky Sports: watch every ball of every match live on Sky Sports, as West Indies, Australia and South Africa compete over nine ODIs with the the top two progressing to the final.
skysports.com: our new-look responsive website will bring you ball-by-ball commentary of each game, plus scorecards, match reports, news and video.
Score Centre: get team line-ups, scorecards and match stats on your desktop or mobile - plus international and domestic scores and the latest odds from Sky Bet.
Sky Go: stay with the action online, on iPhone, iPad or selected Android smartphones with the Sky Go app.
Twitter: follow @SkyCricket for score updates and news throughout the series.
Despite their success in the shortest format of the game, a dispute between the West Indies Cricket Board and some of the side's most high-profile players mean that the West Indies will be without World T20 stars such as Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo, Andre Russell and Darren Sammy for the Tri-Series.
However, Kieron Pollard and Sunil Narine do return to the squad and join the likes of Carlos Brathwaite and Marlon Samuels, with Jason Holder captaining the side. Their preparation for the tournament has not been ideal though as they suffered back-to-back defeats to a Barbados Select XI in a pair of warm-up games.
Captain Steve Smith is one of a number of players in the Australia squad returning to action after injury cut short their involvement in the IPL. As well as Smith, Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Starc are also back in contention but John Hastings misses out with an ankle injury.
Since winning the World Cup in 2015, the Aussies have been involved in three ODI series, beating England and India before falling to a 2-1 defeat in New Zealand earlier this year.
Of South Africa's 15-man squad, 11 were involved in this year's IPL so they will hope to be able to hit the ground running in the Caribbean and continue their recent in good form in ODIs.
Since a shock 2-1 series defeat to Bangladesh shortly after the 2015 World Cup, the Proteas have beaten New Zealand and won in India, while, in their latest ODI series, they came back from 2-0 to beat England 3-2 over the winter - De Villiers hitting an unbeaten century in the deciding match.