HARARE - Left-arm spinner Nikita Miller took five wickets to rescue the West Indies in a 32-run win over the United Arab Emirates in a World Cup qualifying warm-up game on Thursday.

The two-time World Cup winners were skittled out for just 115 batting first in Harare, but Miller's haul, and three wickets for fast bowler Kemar Roach, bowled the UAE out for a paltry 83. Big-hitting openers Chris Gayle and Evin Lewis had taken the Windies to 31-0, but Imran Haider took 4-16 to leave Jason Holder's side staring down the barrel of a second straight warm-up defeat after their loss to Afghanistan on Tuesday.

Brief SCORES: West Indies 115 in 33.4 overs (Imran Haider 4-16) v United Arab Emirates 83 in 29 overs (Nikita Miller 5-20, Kemar Roach 3-15). West Indies win by 32 runs.