The squad also includes Andre Russell, subject to him passing a fitness assessment prior to the series. He is set to return to the playing field following his early exit from the Cricket World Cup 2019 to undergo an operation on his troublesome left knee.
West Indies, who had thumped Pakistan by seven wickets in their World Cup opener, have now lost seven games in a row. They are left with only one game against Afghanistan and will aim to end their otherwise disappointing campaign on a high.
After scoring 421 runs against England in the final warmup match on Tuesday, West Indies' Shai Hope believes that they can beat England's record of scoring the highest number of runs in one-day internationals.
Although the hosts England are the firm favourites in the upcoming World Cup, Australian greats like Allan Border and Mark Waugh believe that both West Indies and New Zealand would prove to be the dark horses.