Kieran Powell said West Indies were keen to put in a really big effort to win the decisive third and final Test of the current series against Pakistan, starting tomorrow at Windsor Park in Dominica.

The Windies are eager to prove that their stunning 107-run victory in the second Test which ended last Thursday at Kensington Oval in Barbados was no flash in the pan, as they aim to win their first Test series in four years and over a side ranked higher for the first time in eight years.

“The guys are very happy about the performance in Barbados,” Powell told reporters on Sunday following a training session at the match venue.

With Captain Jason Holder, strike bowler Shannon Gabriel and head coach Stuart Law roundly criticising the Kensington Oval pitch, the surface at Windsor Park for such a crucial match will come into sharp focus.

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