Babar Azam has the most runs, followed by Tom Banton. Matt Parkinson and Ravi Rampaul share the top spot in the wickets chart.
Stumps, Day 1: India 264/5 (Kohli 76, Agarwal 55; Holder 3/39) vs West Indies.
India reached 264/5 on Day 1 at Sabina Park; Anderson ruled out of the entire series; Mustafizur dropped for Afghanistan Test; and Vitality Blast quarterfinal line-ups have been set.
The 2nd Test between West Indies and India will be played at the Sabina Park, Kingston in Jamaica.
India have won two and drawn one in their last three Tests at Sabina Park. West Indies, on the other hand, have lost three of their last five Tests here.
India announce their squad for the T20Is against South Africa, Rayudu does retirement U-turn, and Archer hits back at Smith.
Only once have India returned from a tour of the Americas undefeated, when they won 1 and drew 4 Tests in the West Indies. They are one match away from emulating that.
India hold all the cards, and West Indies will need their batsmen to step up if they are to trouble the top-ranked side.
August 30 will feature eight matches, at Old Trafford, Northampton, Trent Bridge, Birmingham, Chelmsford, Cardiff, Taunton, and Hove.
Lancashire Lightning, Derbyshire Falcons, Nottinghamshire Outlaws, Worcestershire Rapids, and Sussex Sharks have already qualified, while six teams have been eliminated.