The West Indies wrapped up the series with a third straight win and now have two matches to fiddle with combinations or press for a bigger rankings jump.
Australia will want to work out some significant kinks in their game and will simply target playing better cricket
West Indies vs Australia 15 July 2021 | The Daren Sammy Cricket Ground | 01:30
The hosts have been consistently the better team bouncing back from a series defeat to South Africa to claim the T20I series against the touring Australians.
West Indies should be thrilled that Chris Gayle came to the party, not just with the bat but also with some handy overs. They have a scary-looking top order and options galore when it comes to being in the field.
If the core of their side can stay fit the West Indies will be contenders for a second consecutive T20 World Cup crown especially with players like Obed McCoy and Hayden Walsh jr coming through.
The West Indies have rotated their bowlers throughout the last two series, so it will be interesting to see how they line up in the next match.
Australia are once agan in a crisis a few months before a World Cup, but you just know they will find a way to be competitive at the big show.
The major stumbling block to their success has been their frequent and spectacular batting collapses which they will hope are remedied when their star men return.
Australia had set out to find a finisher in this series but haven’t been in a position to finish anything just yet, with Mitchell Marsh the only fringe player to make a case for further inclusion.
In a series where spin has played a big role, Adam Zampa’s form will be a major concern for Australia.
Verdict: West Indies
The Windies have all of the momentum and should snatch another win