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Australia has made the changes and will also take a different approach as they aim to keep the series alive in St. Lucia.
Alex Curry and Ashton Turner came in a re-formed middle standings at the expense of Josh Phillippe and Ben McDimott – Curry, who would play as a specialist hitter, giving the squad another left player – while fast bowler Riley Meredith strengthens the speed division in at the expense of Ashton Agar.
Aaron Finch confirmed that there are injury issues with McDermott and Agar.
This match would be played on new ground and when the coin fell back into Finch’s way, he picked the racket first after two failed chase runs over the weekend. Assistant coach Andrew MacDonald admitted yesterday that conditions were different from what they had expected prior to the tour.
West Indies made one change with left winger Obid McCoy, who was man of the match in the first game, to replace the injured Fidel Edwards. Captain Kieron Pollard is still on the sidelines.
West Indies 1 Lendl Simmons, 2 Andre Fletcher, 3 Chris Gayle, 4 Shimron Hetmyer, 5 Dwayne Bravo, 6 Andre Russell, 7 Nicholas Pooran (capt & wk), 8 Fabian Allen, 9 Hayden Walsh Jr, 10 Obed McCoy, 11 Sheldon Cottrell
Australia 1 Aaron Finch, 2 Matthew Wade (week), 3 Mitchell Marsh, 4 Moises Henrix, 5 Alex Curry, 6 Ashton Turner, 7 Dan Christian, 8 Mitchell Stark, 9 Adam Zampa, 10 Riley Meredith, 11 Josh Hazelwood
Andrew McGlashan is Deputy Editor-in-Chief at ESPNcricinfo