The Windies already lost their unofficial warm-up match against Australia in Southampton.
150 has proved to be a part total and both the team winning the toss would want to bat first.
India won the bilateral ODI series against the Black Caps 4-1 a couple of months ago.
In the last ODI in Southampton, 735 runs were hammered in all by both the teams.
Both the teams are coming into this game on the back of a win in their final league encounter.
In their last meeting, South Africa clean-swept the opponent in the five-match ODI series.
The Afghans are coming into the game off victories against Scotland and Ireland.
The Tigers ended their two-match losing streak by beating North Mumbai Panthers in their last outing.
The Strikers have lost their last two games and will be desperate to get back to winning ways.
While the Wankhede is traditionally a high-scoring pitch, the ongoing tournament is turning out to be an exception.