The West Indies put up one helluva fight in Perth on Friday, having done poorly with the bat, but they were unable to defend the 182 they posted as India won by four wickets on a bouncy WACA deck.
Batsman Imrul Kayes will replace the injured Anamul Haque for the rest of Bangladesh's World Cup tournament, after the latter injured his shoulder in a match against Scotland on Thursday.
Sri Lanka's experienced batsman Mahela Jayawardene believes it is a good thing that his side get to play co-hosts Australia and New Zealand early in the World Cup.
The first World Cup game in Hobart will see an important clash, as both sides need to win to keep their quarter-final hopes on track, though Ireland are in a better position with a game in hand.
England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler is expecting changes to be made to the playing eleven for their do or die World Cup Pool A match against Bangladesh in Adelaide on Monday.