The seasoned Marlon Samuels who couldn't contribute a single run in the first match would look to better his score today.
Centurion Shai Hope hit a last-ball boundary to help West Indies tie the second one-day global against India despite Indian skipper Virat Kohli´s dazzling 157 on Wednesday.
In 2013 tour of India, Windies played their 2nd ODI at this venue of Vizag.
India's Umesh Yadav, right, attempts to run-out West Indies' Ashley Nurse, left, in a tense finish to the second ODI. It took Kohli just 78 innings at home, while Tendulkar had taken 92 innings to complete the 4,000-run mark. Kohli was on 44 when he got the life. "He has consistently added value to all levels of West Indies Cricket with his high level of all-round skill combined with an infectious energy and enthusiasm for the game".
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The crowd favourite, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, walked in to a rousing reception and was bowled by McCoy, his maiden wicket, for 20. Furthermore, they are likely to retain their team giving an extended run to Ambati Rayudu and Rishabh Pant.
In response, the tourists were off to a brilliant start and ensured they never get off track in the mammoth run chase.
"Shai Hope is a young talent and he played a magnificent knock". The 28-year-old, who returned to the ODI fold after a year, has been dropped after a less-than-impressive performance in the first two matches, where he picked up just three wickets at an expensive economy rate of 7.
Shai Hope was the flawless foil for the marauding Hetmyer, as the former kept rotating strikes while finding the fence on a fairly regular basis.
Kohli is the 13th man to score 10,000 ODI runs, after countrymen Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Sourav Ganguly and MS Dhoni, Sri Lankan quartet Kumar Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene, Sanath Jayasuriya and Tillakaratne Dilshan, Australia's Ricky Ponting, South Africa's Jacques Kallis, Pakistan's Inzamam-ul-Haq and Windies' Brian Lara.