The West Indies facing another One Day International series defeat as they trail their English counterparts 2-0 in the five match series with two matches to play after being comprehensively beaten by 124 runs in the third match in Bristol.
Captain Jason Holder says there are specific aspects of their game which need improvement before they can challenge the English. Holder pointed to the team's need for intensity in the field.
The Windies were pumelled by Mooen Ali 102 from 57 balls and conceded 123 runs from their last 10 overs and Holder wants the team to be more clinical in the death overs. The fourth match of the series takes place on Wednesday at the Oval.