Windies tired but focussed on India series: Gayle, Dyson

"It's a lot of cricket. It certainly is a lot of cricket. There's not a lot of rest time in between," said Dyson.
"The players can look forward to two significant breaks after some time and that's at the end of Bangladesh leading up to the Champions Trophy and then after the Champions Trophy there's another break leading into the tour of Australia at the end of the year," he added.
Gayle opined with his coach but said the team was coping with the workload well.
"This is our job and our priority is to go and get things done. There might be a bit of fatigue, but our main focus is get out there in the middle and get the job done," Gayle said.
"The guys have been home for just a bit but we are back as a unit and we have been playing some good competitive cricket."
West Indies have been on the field since last year, hosting Australia and Sri Lanka before going to New Zealand for another Test and ODI series in December and January.

They played England at home between February and April in five Tests and ODIs before going there for two Tests and three one-dayers.
Meanwhile, describing India as a tough challenge, Gayle said he would look to seize the initiative by pocketing the first game of the four-match series.
After the series against India, West Indies host Bangladesh for two Tests and three ODIs in July and August, before going to the ICC Champions Trophy in September.
"It is always a tough challenge going up against India because we have met each other over the last couple of years and it has been very competitive, both teams will be looking to stamp their authority and trying to get a good start tomorrow," said Gayle
"It's always a big occasion playing against India ... we are really looking forward to it," he added.
Gayle reiterated that even without the likes of Virender Sehwag and Zaheer Khan, India remain a dangerous side.
"They have some good back-up players here and so it is not going to be a walkover, it is going to be tough but we are looking forward to it and we just have to back ourselves to go out there and get the job done," Gayle said.

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