After the last ODI was washed out, India and West Indies will try to snatch the series as they play the 4th ODI at Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala on October 17, 2014.
The match will start off right at 2.30 p.m. India time.
The series is currently leveled at 1-1, with India making a nice comeback in the last match, with spinners Ravindra Jadeja and Amit Mishra doing the major damage for the guests.
While the Delhi pitch certainly has helped the spinner, the same is not expected here at Dharamsala. Adding to this, the Caribbeans have their own problems because their batting has been erratic to say the least.
For the Indian side, the commendable form of Virat Kohli in the last match is a relief, given that the player hasn’t seen a good time in recent months.
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The changes in the team has helped Dhoni, who had decided to bring Kohli below Ambati Rayudu, and one doesn’t expect much changes here too.
It also remains to be seen if Ishant Sharma is replaced with Amit Mishra for adding volume to pace attack. Already, Mohammed Shami has been the leading wicket taker in the series.
In terms of team changes, left-arm spinner Akshar Patel has been taken in for the last two matches, although it would be nice to see if he gets a chance in playing XI.
For West Indies, much of the batting action is dependent on Dwayne Smith and Marlon Samuels, but the way visitors react to the tricky weather and conditions of the venue will be something to watch.