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.