Pakistan v West Indies, 3rd ODI, Abu Dhabi A gutsy and determined performance saw Pakistan clinch the three-match series with a thrilling win in the second game on Friday. The men in green failed to put up a big total but still they believed in themselves and backed their talents to hold back the West Indies. The win would have given Shoaib Malik and his team a massive boost and now they should be aiming at winning the third game today to wrap up the series 3-0. A clean sweep will not only be a big morale booster ahead of the India series but would also push them up at fourth place in the ICC ODI Rankings. For today's game, Pakistan team might be looking to give a chance to the players who haven't got one in the earlier games. Batsman Khalid Latif can come in and one feels that Abdur Rauf shall also get another stint. Shoaib Akhtar's injury has been unfortunate but he might also be able to make it after passing a fitness test just before the game. West Indies, in the meanwhile, will be livid with their batsmen who failed to chase an easy target and also couldn't support Shivnarine Chanderpaul who fought a lone battle. Today they would definitely try to give an improved performance and wont allow Pakistan run away with a clean sweep. Their younger batsmen will have to stand up and deliver rather relying on the seniors all the time. The bowlers bowled well for West Indies especially Jerome Taylor in game two and they will be expected to keep up their performance for this game as well. All said and done Pakistan will fancy their chances to win this game after their good display in the earlier games but shouldn't lower the bar and intensity. West Indies will try and comeback with an improved performance which Pakistan team should be wary off. PLAYER TO WATCH : Tanvir the performer Ever since coming into the Pakistan team last year, Sohail Tanvir has kept on stunning everyone both with the bat and ball. In the game two of the series as well Tanvir did showed the same form. First he chipped in with much needed 26 off 20 balls down the order and then bowled a fine opening spell which severely dented the West Indian run chase. Although he took only two wickets but by removing both the openers for ducks, he shattered the Windies confidence. The most encouraging thing about his bowling was that he swung the ball both ways and made things difficult for the batsman. The first over he bowled to Chris Gayle was terrific where he first tested the Windies skipper with swing both ways and then castled him with a perfect inswinging yorker. So far he has played 26 ODIs but has shown enough signs of becoming a good allrounder. His wrong-footed bowling action makes him deceptive against the best of the batsmen and if he can add some more pace to his deliveries he can prove to be a real asset for the team. His fine opening spell would surly have created concerns in the West Indian batsmen's mind for the final game. They will definitely play him with caution. While Pakistan team will also be hoping that Sohail keeps up his good work to help sweep the series. Sohail has all the right ingredients to hold his own as a quality allrounder and he just needs to keep on working hard in a determined way to get the desired results.