India vs West Indies Cricket update
On his comeback from a short sabbatical, vice-captain K.L. Rahul's batting stance will be scrutinised as India aims for another rout.
Yuzvendra Chahal and Washington Sundar, India's spin pair, bowled the West Indies out for a measly 176, and skipper Rohit Sharma led the chase with a scorching 60.
The hosts cruised to a six-wicket victory in the season-opener at the Motera.
After being whitewashed in South Africa, India looked a completely changed unit under Rohit, and the team would undoubtedly want to pick up where it left off on Sunday night.
In the women's division, about 45 boxers (57 accepted), including Olympic bronze medalist Lovlina Borgohain, and 25 coaching/support staff have been practising in New Delhi for the past week.
The most encouraging aspect for India was Rohit Sharma's return to form after missing the South Africa series owing to a hamstring injury.
He'd be itching to rip the sluggish West Indies attack to shreds once more.
Ishan Kishan, who opened with Rohit in the first ODI and put forth a solid performance with a 36-ball 28.