1. Resting Kohli, Bumrah
But in the event of the selectors meeting, they will consider resting some frontline players like Virat Kohli and Jasprit Bumrah who have been playing non-stop cricket from the IPL 2019 onwards. However, skipper Kohi had expressed his desire to play the entire tour rather than being part of only the Test squad. A similar talk will come up in the case of pacer Jasprit Bumrah too.
2. Dhoni's future
It has been speculated that Dhoni will no longer be India's first-choice wicketkeeper and the selectors might not pick him for this tour. Instead, they will use the opportunity to give more chances to Rishabh Pant and ease him to the limited overs squads too after being a regular in the Test side. It may also be discussed as how to utilise Dhoni's experience even if he does not get picked, probably as a mentor or in some other similar roles.
3. Chance for second line
If the selectors indeed rest some of the frontline players, then some players like Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Khaleep Ahmed, Krunal Pandya, Navdeep Saini and Shubman Gill can get a look in. All these players are currently in the West Indies as part of the India A tour. In fact, Manish Pandey had made a hundred and Krunal took five wickets in India's series-clinching win in the third one-dayer against the Windies A.
4. Dhawan, Shaw unlikely
Injured openers Shikhar Dhawan and Prithvi Shaw will not be considered at least for the limited-over legs if not for the entire trip as they are currently recuperating from their respective injuries at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) at Bengaluru.