While opener Evin Lewis is expected to be available for Monday's crucial game against Bangladesh despite being bruised in the nets, Andre Russell's selection will be a game-time decision.
That is the word from West Indies captain Jason Holder, who has disclosed that while Russell has been making progress in recovering from a knee injury, a final decision would be made just before the game.
'We're keeping it cuttled until tomorrow. I saw him yesterday, saw him this morning as well, and he's progressing quite nicely yes, you know. We'll have a final answer with him tomorrow morning,' Holder said.
However, he gave his assurance that Lewis would be available after he was hit in the nets during a practice session.
'Yeah, quite a few people got struck in the nets, including myself, but he's fine. Just a little bruise, should be fine,' he added.
There had been question marks over Russell's fitness even before the start of the World Cup.
He subsequently re-injured his knee against Australia in the Windies' second game.