Batting legend Clive Lloyd says West Indies have enough arsenal in their armour to outplay sub-continent giants India and Sri Lanka in the ongoing ODI tri-series in the Caribbean.
Lloyd though expressed confidence in the home team's ability to win the tri-series, said the Caribbean bowlers need to show more consistency.
"I strongly believe we have a very good and balanced team, but the guys have got to play to the best of their abilities; the bowling's a little weak, they need to work and try different bowlers," Lloyd was quoted as saying by the Caribbean Media Corporation in Toronto where he was part of a Guyana delegation celebrating the country's 47th Independence anniversary.
"Kemar Roach is an excellent bowler and he should be the one to look at, while I think they should try Guyanese fast bowler Ronsford Beaton; he is very impressive.
"I am confident they (West Indies) will do well against Sri Lanka and India in the Caribbean," the 68-year-old Lloyd added.