BARBADOS (Agencies) - West Indies Cricket have confirmed details of Australia's tour of the Caribbean next year. Australia will play five one-day matches, two Twenty20s and three Tests during the six-week tour. The Test series, which decides the Frank Worrell Trophy, starts on April 7 in Barbados with follow-up matches in Trinidad (April 15 to 19) and Guyana (April 23 to 27). It continues a heavy workload for the Australians, who began in August with the tour of Sri Lanka. Australia will play 14 Tests, eight T20 matches and up to 31 one-day games during an almost continuous nine-month period. The Windies have not won a Test series against Australia since triumphing 2-1 Down Under during 1992/93.