Jermaine Blackwood, John Campbell, and Nkruma Bonner are the Jamaicans who have been named by the West Indies team management in a squad to face New Zealand A in a three-day warm-up game.
The game bowls off at 5 this afternoon, at the John Davis Oval, in Queenstown.
Roston Chase will lead the team in the absence of regular skipper, Jason Holder, who is in quarantine.
Holder only arrived in New Zealand, last week, from the Indian Premier League.
The rest of the squad for this day game is Kraigge Brathwaite, Darren Bravo, Shamar Brooks, Rahkeem Cornwall, Joshua De Silva, Shane Dowrich, Shannon Gabriel, Chemar Holder, Alzarri Joseph, Preston McSween, Shane Mosley, Raymon Riefer, Jayden Seales, and Kemar Roach.
This will be the first match for the Windies on tour following three weeks of quarantine and training.
Coach Phil Simmons is looking forward to the game.
West Indies coach Phil Simmons.
The Windies will have one more warm-up game before the start of the series proper.
That will also be a 4-day game against New Zealand A.
The game will coincide with the start of the T20 international series which bowls off on November 27.
The opening game will be at Eden Park, in Auckland.