The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced on Wednesday that legendary Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja is “still not 100 percent healthy” and would not play in the third One-Day International against the West Indies. The BCCI said that Jadeja, who served as vice-captain for the current three-match ODI series, would continue to keep an eye on his development.

After taking a 2-0 series lead in Port of Spain, India is aiming to sweep the West Indies and has replaced Avesh Khan with Prasidh Krishna. Since he is still not fully healthy, Ravindra Jadeja was not available for selection for the third ODI. The medical staff will keep an eye on his development, the BCCI said in its tweet.

Jadeja’s knee issue has kept him out of this series. The BCCI had already announced that he will not participate in the second ODI after being disqualified from the first ODI. During the second ODI, Axar Patel showed up with the bat in his place. Axar led India to a two-wicket victory in the second ODI with a score of unbeaten 64 off 35 balls and the winning runs with a six with two balls remaining.

Meanwhile, Shikhar Dhawan’s 97 runs off 99 balls helped the visitors win the opening ODI by three runs. India now has the opportunity to sweep West Indies in an ODI series for the first time in their home country. India has yet to sweep the two-time ODI World Cup winners in a series of three or more games since they began playing bilateral ODI series in the West Indies in 1983. They had already whitewashed the West Indies in India earlier this year, but a victory in the third and final ODI on Wednesday at Queen’s Park Oval would be their first ODI series victory in the Caribbean.