KINGSTON, Jamaica — The West Indies will play Australia in their first match of the Twenty20 World Cup in Sri Lanka tomorrow.
The Aussies will be well into their stride, having already beaten Ireland, the third team in Group B, by seven wickets on Wednesday.
Despite playing one fewer game than Australia internationally, the West Indies is ranked fifth, four places higher than Australia.
The West Indies will face tenth-ranked Ireland on Monday.
Since the inaugural Twenty20 Championship in 2007, three nations have won the tournament, India (2007), Pakistan (2009) and England (2010).
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