The West Indies winning the toss electing to bat are on 84/3 after 21 overs in the fifth and final One Day International against New Zealand.
Dwyane Bravo on 14 and Marlon Samuels on 35, are the men at the crease.
Johnson Charles earlier went for 15; Chris Gayle for 5; and Dwayne Smith for 9.
The five-match One-Day International series between is being played at Warner Park in St Kitts.
The West Indies, who have already secured the series following a 24-run victory on Saturday, take a 3-1 lead into the game.
New Zealand captain Ross Taylor says his team will be looking for a victory to get the momentum, going into the two-match Test series.
Taylor says a 3-2 defeat is better than losing 4-1.
However, West Indies captain Darren Sammy says his team will be going for a 4-1 victory despite the improvement shown by of the visitors.