India set 312 for the West Indies to win following a strong innings in the fourth game of the Tri-Nation series.
India have given the West Indies a chase of 312 following their first innings in the fourth Tri-Nation series.
Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan started a strong partnership for India by racking up 46 and 69 runs respectively, while Virat Kohli continued to tot up the run-rate by finishing the innings not out on 102.
The West Indies mustered their first wicket after India accumulated 123 runs when Dwayne Bravo caught Dhawan out from a Kemar Roach bowl.
After dismantling the opening batting partnership, the West Indies became more of a threat on the field, with Marlon Samuels dismissing Suresh Raina for 10 from 14 balls.
Dinesh Karthik could only muster six from seven, while Ravindra Jadeja was run out for two.