India continue their unbeaten run with a comprehensive 125-run win over West Indies.
Chahal's googly bamboozles Sheldon Cottrel.
West Indies are 124/9.
West Indies innings falling apart after Shami sends Hetmyer back to the pavilion.
West Indies are 112/8.
Two in two for Bumrah. He traps Fabian Allen plumb in front of the wicket. He is on a hat-trick now.
West Indies are 107/7.
West Indies lose half their side as skipper Jason Holder is dismissed by Yuzvendra Chahal.
West Indies are 98/5 in the 24th over.
Kuldeep Yadav picks up his first wicket of the match, scalps Nicolas Pooran.
West Indies are tottering at 79/4.
Hardik Pandya joins the party by removing Sunil Ambris.
West Indies are 71/3 after 18 overs.
West Indies under pressure after losing two quick wickets as Kuldeep Yadav comes to bowl the 11th over.
Shami castles Shai Hope as Windies struggle at 16/2 in the seventh over.
Mohammed Shami removes the dangerous Chris Gayle.
West Indies are 10/1 in the fifth over.
West Indies are about to begin their run chase of 269.
India finish their innings at 268/7 riding on MS Dhoni's solid half-century.
MS Dhoni brings up a well-deserved half-century
Indian innings falling apart after Mohammed Shami's wicket.
India are 252/7 in the 49th over.
Hardik Pandya departs after a good cameo.
India are 250/6.
Kohli's wicket puts India in a spot of bother.
India are 180/5.
Can Kohli-Dhoni take India to a formidable total?
After 34 overs, India are 162/4.
Roach takes his third wicket as he dismisses Kedar Jadhav to leave India at 140/4.
Skipper Kohli's half-century puts India in command.
Kemar Roach strikes again as Vijay Shankar departs.
India are 126/3.
Virat Kohli breaks Sachin's record to become the quickest batsman to score 20,000 international runs.
Jason Holder's beautiful delivery gets the better of KL Rahul as he falls two runs short of his half-century.
After 20.4 overs, India are 98/2.
Kohli and Rahul add 50 runs for the second-wicket stand.
India are 82/1 after 17.2 overs.
Kohli and Rahul steady things for India.
After 10 overs, India are 47/1.
India suffer an early setback as Rohit Sharma departs for 18.
India are 29/1 at the end of 6.0 overs.
India begin to accelerate. Eight runs from the over.
After 5 overs, India are 17/0.
West Indian bowlers making India work hard for their runs.
After 3 overs, India are 7/0
Action about to begin as Indian openers Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul are out in the middle.
India win the toss and elect to bat first.
Here are the Playing XI of both sides.
The Men In Blue involve in a final team huddle before they take on the Caribbeans.
Indian fans leaving no stone unturned while cheering for the Men In Blue.
The weather looks promising at Manchester ahead of the India-West Indies match.
Will Rishabh Pant make his World Cup debut today?
Here's what had happened when the two teams had faced off against each other in the 2015 edition.
As India are set to lock horns against West Indies at Manchester today, the two teams are remembered for that epic 1983 World Cup clash where Kapil's Devils' made history.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni's batting approach and position in the middle order will be the team management's primary concern when India take on an ousted-yet-dangerous West Indies in the sixth league phase encounter of the World Cup here Thursday.
As the league phase hits the home stretch, India will look to ensure a smooth passage into the semi-finals with yet another victory.
But it could be easier said than done against a West Indies side, which might play party poopers with nothing to lose in their remaining few games.
In fact, West Indies' unpredictability and the former India captain's repeated failure during the important second Powerplay overs leaves skipper Virat Kohli with a few points to ponder.
Dhoni's painfully slow approach against the Afghanistan yielded 28 off 52 balls and he was roundly criticised. Even the normally restrained Sachin Tendulkar questioned the approach.
"There was no positive intent," the usually reticent Tendulkar's observation on a TV channel has been spot on.
The Indian team management knows that only too well but with four group matches left, the only option they have right now is to alter Dhoni's batting position, possibly giving a few more deliveries to Jadhav, who can be innovative in his shot selection.
Hardik Pandya is being used as a floater but the Afghanistan match showed that if he doesn't get support from the other end, there is too much pressure on him to hit every delivery for a six.
Kohli and coach Ravi Shastri till now have not been too keen to use Rishabh Pant's firepower. Pant can come in only if the team management considers the idea of Vijay Shankar being disposable.
The West Indies is a team loaded with fast bowlers so it could be a bit easier for Dhoni to rotate strike as he hasn't been comfortable against the slow bowlers. Afghanistan exposed it thoroughly during the last game.
There have been arguments and counter-arguments about Dhoni's batting approach in the IPL compared to his style when playing 50-over cricket for India.
Dhoni, during Chennai Super Kings various chases, would invariably target one of the inexperienced Indian domestic bowlers while playing safe cricket against the bigger international names.
Against a Kagiso Rabada or a Jofra Archer, he didn't take any risks before hitting the others in successful run-chases. A strategy needs to be worked around Dhoni's skill sets here too to place him at a position on which he can bat freely.
With his inputs and electric glovework behind the stumps an absolute necessity, this will require some tactical brainstorming by the captain and the coach.
The West Indies, on the other hand, will look to finish on a high after being knocked out despite a great start against Pakistan. Andre Russell being ruled out due to a hamstring injury has been another big blow.
However, the team, especially the fast bowling department, has shown tremendous potential including the young bumper-happy fast bowling duo of Sheldon Cotterell and Oshane Thomas.
With Kohli and his deputy Rohit Sharma being superb horizontal bat players, it promises to be a mouth-watering contest if they employ the short-ball tactic.
For the 'Universe Boss' Chris Gayle, a smashing match-winning innings is due and Kohli will be praying that it doesn't come against his team.
Jasprit Bumrah's opening spell against Gayle may set the tone while the talented duo of Shai Hope and Shimron Hetmyer will be asked a few questions by Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal.
Against New Zealand, Carlos Brathwaite played an amazing innings and took the Windies to the brink of a miraculous victory.
However, Brathwaite has never been comfortable against the slow bowlers as he loves the length deliveries on the slot.
In all, it could be a tougher test for India than Afghanistan but the 'Men In Blue' remain favourites to win the contest considering their recent form.
India: Virat Kohli (captain), Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Vijay Shankar, Hardik Pandya, Mahendra Singh Dhoni (wk), Kedar Jadhav, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ravindra Jadeja, Dinesh Karthik, Rishabh Pant.
West Indies: Jason Holder (captain), Chris Gayle, Shai Hope, Shimron Hetmyer, Carlos Brathwaite, Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas, Kemar Roach, Ashley Nurse, Nicholas Pooran, Sunil Ambris, Evin Lewis, Shannon Gabriel, Darren Bravo, Fabian Allen.
Match Starts: 3pm (IST).
(With PTI Inputs)