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West Indies win toss and bowl first in pursuit of series win

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'Need to come back even stronger on Sunday' - Nurse (1:06)

West Indies bowler, Ashley Nurse, talks about his team's win in the series opener against Pakistan, and looks ahead to game two (1:06)

West Indies have won the toss and have decided to bowl first in the second ODI against Pakistan in Guyana. The hosts are unchanged from the side that won the first ODI in dramatic fashion.

"There seems to be a little bit of moisture on the wicket," West Indies captain Jason Holder said. "We want to tighten up our bowling a bit more, but it's important to continue the way we finished off the last game"

Pakistan have made one change, with Junaid Khan replacing Wahab Riaz. Wahab's bowling in the death overs during the first ODI came in for criticism, with an erratic 46th over that went for 15 runs seen as particularly decisive in the outcome of the game.

"We are a little upset after the way the first game went, but we're looking ahead now," Sarfraz Ahmed said. "We're going to target 300-320 again."

This is the second game of a three-match series, with West Indies leading 1-0.

West Indies Jason Holder (captain), Kieran Powell, Evin Lewis, Chadwick Walton, Shai Hope, Jason Mohammed, Jonathan Carter, Ashley Nurse, Devendra Bishoo, Alzarri Joseph, Shannon Gabriel

Pakistan Sarfraz Ahmed (captain/wicketkeeper), Ahmed Shehzad, Kamran Akmal, Babar Azam, Muhammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Muhammad Aamir, Hassan Ali, Junaid Khan