CHITTAGONG (AFP) - The West Indies hope to take advantage of fresh legs to build on their one-day success against Bangladesh by winning the Test series starting in Chittagong on Friday (today). Batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Kirk Edwards are among six players to join the Test squad after the three-match one-day series, which the tourists won 2-1 on Tuesday. Chanderpaul is the most experienced batsman in the squad with 9,367 runs in 133 Tests, while Edwards caught the eye with a century on his Test debut against India at home in July. "Four or five new guys coming in who were not involved in one-day matches makes a big difference," West Indies coach Ottis Gibson said ahead of the two-Test series. "Coming to Bangladesh is always a challenge and we look forward to the Tests." The West Indies have had an inconsistent tour so far, losing the one-off Twenty20 international in Dhaka before being shot out for 61 in the final one-dayer in Chittagong on Tuesday. Gibson played down the eight-wicket defeat in the last one-dayer, saying his team was focussed on winning the Test series. "That was a game with the one-day team," he said. "Our minds have now changed quickly towards the Tests. "Obviously, we finished the one-day series a bit low, but it's also a fact that we won a one-day series away from home for the first time since 2007." The West Indies won both Tests on their previous tour of Bangladesh in 2002, but Gibson said his team could not afford to underestimate the hosts in their own backyard. "Bangladesh are a very tough team to play in their home conditions," the coach said.