Indian players celebrate the wicket of Chris Gayle. (AP Photo)
The title win in the ICC Champions Trophy is yet to sink in but India have to get out of the party mode as they take on a resurgent West Indies in their opener of the Celkon Mobile Cup at the Sabina Park.
Confident and upbeat, India hardly got time to rejoice their Champions Trophy victory before taking the flight to the Caribbean. But West Indies would be looking for vengeance for their loss in a league game of the Champions Trophy in England.
The hosts have started their campaign on a winning note by thrashing Sri Lanka by six wickets, with the big positive of Chris Gayle getting back to form with a brilliant 109.