West Indies women are hoping to salvage a victory in the third and final game of their T20 against Australia.
The match starts is expected to start in just about an hour at Kensington Oval.
Australia registered a comfortable nine-wicket victory in the second Twenty20 earlier this week.
Set just 98 to win after restricting the hosts to 97-9 with sterling performances with the ball and in the field, Alyssa Healy was in a hurry from the outset of the run chase with the threat of rain in Barbados looming.
Healy clobbered an unbeaten 58 from 43 balls – her fourth half century from five innings this tour – while Meg Lanning chipped in with 22 not out to wrap up victory with 5.3 overs remaining. Beth Mooney was the sole wicket to fall, for eight.