India are set to host the West Indies in a three-match T20I series starting on Friday. After the T20I series, both teams will lock horns in the 50-over format. In the T20Is, the two teams have faced each other 14 times and India have the upper hand with eight wins. In ODIs, India and the West Indies have won 62 matches each out of 130 encounters. Four matches ended in no-results while two games finished in ties. Virat Kohli returned to India's T20I set-up after opting out of the series against Bangladesh. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who was out due to an injury, is back in the T20I as well as ODI squads. Sanju Samson has replaced injured Shikhar Dhawan, while Kedar Jadhav and Ravindra Jadeja have also made comebacks into the side.