The Indian cricket team resumes playing international cricket for the first time since the loss to New Zealand in the semi-final of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on July 10 when it faces West Indies on Saturday in the first T20I in Florida.

The first of three T20Is – two at Lauderhill, one in the Caribbean – opens up a lengthy tour of the West Indies for Virat Kohli‘s team, which also includes three ODIs and two Tests.

Given the changes to the limited-overs squads for this series, there are several questions hanging over India headed into the opening T20I.