All-rounder Carlos Braithwaite says West Indies will need to make adjustments and be disciplined in all areas, in order to beat Sri Lanka in the two-Test series starting on Wednesday.

The 27-year-old said the bowling department needed to be consistent with their lengths while the batsmen needed to be prudent with their shot selection, the combination of which would place pressure on Sri Lanka.

Brathwaite is yet to play a Test but pressed the case for a call-up when he lashed an attacking 54 against Sri Lanka Cricket President’s XI, in a drawn three-day tour match which finished Sunday.

He is part of a youthful West Indies squad attempting to win the first ever Test by a Caribbean side on Sri Lankan soil.

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