Following her withdrawal from the West Indies women's squad for the series against Australia in September and the subsequent eight-match suspension for breaching the Cricket West Indies (CWI) code of conduct, Hayley Matthews is eligible to return to action from the third ODI of the upcoming series against India, a CWI press statement said.
The allrounder missed the entire Australia series, comprising three ODIs and as many T20Is, and will serve out her suspension for an undisclosed infraction after the second ODI against India on November 3.
West Indies host India for three ODIs and five T20Is, with the series scheduled to commence on November 1 in Gros Islet.
Allrounder Deandra Dottin, who had missed the tours of Ireland and England and the home series against Australia due to a shoulder injury, is continuing with her rehabilitation.
The West Indies women's T20I and ODI Player of the Year has been out of action since February, but is gradually being eased into a playing plan under the watch of the CWI medical team.