Start time 09:30 (local), 13:30 (GMT)
The Big PictureWest Indies will still be kicking themselves for giving up the fourth ODI having been in control of the run chase and will be fully pumped, ready to prove a point to their critics. Australia have been left with a very good chance of a rare ODI series sweep and Michael Clarke will be hoping for a more convincing showing in his second one-dayer as captain in the injured Ricky Ponting's absence. The match is both teams' last international game for nearly two months before they play some warm-up ODIs at the end of August before the Champions Trophy in Pakistan in September.
ODI form guideWest Indies - LLLLN (most recent first)
Australia - WWWWL
Team newsWest Indies made some quick adjustments after their third straight loss, bringing in an untested trio for the fourth ODI and dropping Patrick Browne, Sulieman Benn and Kieron Pollard. Of the new three, Nikita Miller took a wicket on debut and Shawn Findlay made 9, while Kemar Roach is yet to play. West Indies captain Chris Gayle has spoken about his displeasure that he's not always sure what's going on selection-wise. "The majority of the time we discuss about selection and sometimes I get something totally different," he told the Trinidad Express. "It's difficult on my side." He and Ramnaresh Sarwan have been struggling with groin complaints, while Shivnarine Chanderpaul has had a calf problem, so whether they will be risked once more still remains to be seen.
Watch out for ...
WeatherIt's forecast to be windy with scattered showers in the afternoon in Basseterre on Sunday.
Stats and triviaFriday's match was the first time in four matches that Australia have failed to surpass 300 runs on the smallish ground of Warner Park. It was also West Indies' first defeat in two ODIs there, having beaten India there in 2006. If Australia win the final game on Sunday it would be a rare whitewash of West Indies in a home ODI: this has happened only twice before when South Africa won 5-0 and Pakistan 3-0, both in 2005.
Quotes"Do you really want to experiment with a team like Australia? If that is the case, it is going to be more difficult to beat them. I thought it was the wrong time to try these things, to experiment a lot. We should be looking to win the series, but it's already gone."
Chris Gayle has been unhappy with some of the selection decisions.
Michael Clarke goes for the big 5-0.