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(Dominica News Online ) After the West Indies remarkable fightback to win the second Test of the series both sides have it all to play for in the series decider set to get underway on Wednesday in Dominica.

Windsor Park will host only the fifth Test in its history and will be the stage on which the West Indies will seek to prove that their win last week in Barbados was no fluke.

This Test will be the big farewell for two legends of the game in skipper Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan and while that will motivate Pakistan to achieve their first series win in the Caribbean, the West Indies will not want to roll over as they have a chance to claim their first series win over an established nation since 2005 with their last two series victories coming against Bangladesh.

Pakistan are desperate to put out of the system the diabolical last day at the Kensington Oval when the result was down to yet another familiar collapse and would have brought back the ghosts of their spectacular implosion at the MCG against Australia last December.

Much of the second Test was a dour affair with scoring rates hovering between two and three runs per over and both sides will be looking for improvements in all areas of the game, in particular, the fielding.

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