The Indian team has changed significantly since the last time it played an ODI series in West Indies - in 2011.
While a tri-nation series awaits the men in blue this time with Sri Lanka also featuring, India then had scored a 3-2 win over the hosts. A look.
Suresh Raina was appointed as the stand-in skipper.
It was his moment in the Caribbean sun as he led his side to three consecutive wins in the absence of regular leader Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
All was not well with a certain Shikhar Dhawan then.
Although in sublime form now, Dhawan failed to impress in the 2011 series in West Indies.
Our report card on the team's performance then had put a FAIL mark on him as he started well with a fifty in the first ODI but only managed 18 runs in the next 3 matches.
Remember Harbhajan Singh?
He took four wickets in the three matches he played but paled in comparison to the other spinner in the side.
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Amit Mishra may or may not feature in the playing XI with Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja doing a great job.
The last time his side was here though, Mishra took 11 wickets from 5 matches at an economy of 3.98.
Yusuf Pathan has not been part of India's national team for some time now. Back in 2011, it was not so.
His 'downfall' of sorts though had begun as he scored just 42 from 4 innings with a best of 30.
A change behind the stumps too will be seen.
While Parthiv Patel was responsible for wicketkeeping in the ODI series in 2011, skipper MS Dhoni will be seen at his usual spot in the upcoming series.
Change though is not just in the Indian camp.
Chris Gayle was not part of West Indies squad then due to a tiff with WICB. Since however, things have been sorted out and Gayle has returned to the national colours, as well as his more conventional hairstyle.
Even Darren Sammy, skipper of the then West Indies side, has since been replaced by Dwayne Bravo, leaving the all-rounder in a precarious fight for even a place in the playing XI.
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