CHENNAI (Agencies) - With the series under their belt, India would look to sign off on a winning note before heading off to the gruelling trip to Australia when they take on a spirited but inconsistent West Indies in the fifth and final one-dayer on Sunday (today). Stand-in skipper Virender Sehwag single-handedly plundered the West Indian bowling to not just become only the second batsman to notch up an ODI double hundred but also give India a decisive 3-1 lead in the five-match series in Indore. This win is also Sehwag's first series triumph as captain. Sehwag is leading the side as regular captain Dhoni has been rested. The young Indian side has done remarkably well in the series in the absence of senior players like Dhoni, Tendulkar and Yuvraj Singh.