Skipper Darren Sammy has promised that the West Indies will be "up for it" when they face England in a crucial Super Eights match of the ICC World T20 tournament today.
The pitches at this picturesque venue have favoured the batsmen and another flat surface is expected.
"When we left home one of the first objectives was to get into the Super Eights stage. Now we are here and we have a job to do," Sammy said. "The plan is to get through the Super Eights and take it from there. We will focus on England tomorrow and then on to the next match. Hopefully, we can progress and win this tournament because the Caribbean people need to see some silverware."
Sammy has described Sunil Narine, the attacking spin bowler, as the "trump card" and backed the world's number one power-hitter Chris Gayle to have a "big impact" on the match.
The skipper added that all 15 members of the squad will have a huge part to play and outlined that the team has plenty possible match-winners.
"Everyone who comes to bowl has a big part to play. Sunil is our trump card. He has done well for us in this format and, hopefully, he will have a big impact on tomorrow night's game against the England line-up," Sammy told reporters.
"Chris loves being back and he loves the hype of Twenty20. He has been excellent for us. We believe he can also have a big impact. The fans love watching him play and the fans love watching West Indies play. It is going to be a very interesting game tomorrow."