West Indies all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite (L) and captain Jason Holder take part in a training session in Sydney on January 2, 2016. AFP PHOTO / William WEST
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The West Indies have gained some confidence out of their series loss to Australia and are looking to finish their underwhelming tour on a high in the final Sydney Test, captain Jason Holder said Saturday.The West Indies, who will be playing in their first Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground in 15 years, symbolising their declining reputation, will be trying to prevent the Australians from sweeping the series and possibly returning to the top of the Test rankings.Holder said his bowlers needed to improve for the Sydney finale.Holder said an injury to Devendra Bishoo means the tourists have only one recognised spinner to take into the Sydney Test, while Australia will play two spinners in Nathan Lyon and Stephen O'Keefe for the first time in a home Test in a decade at the SCG.
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