All is set for the crunch two test match series between Zimbabwe and West Indies that gets underway at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo tomorrow.

The two sides will square it off in what is set to be a hamdinger of an encounter as both are coming from successful series.

Zimbabwe Chevrons head coach Heath Streak believes Zimbabwe has what it takes to hold their own against the Caribbeans and has singled out consistence as an ingredient for success.

While paying tribute to the Bulawayo cricket fans for the support they always give the Chevrons, Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer hopes his charges will use home advantage to post a good result seeing they were not under any pressure.

Visiting West Indies captain Jason Holder was however cautious indicating that they were expecting tough competition from Zimbabwe.

While the West Indies will feel the conditions in Bulawayo are similar to back home, Zimbabwe will hope the fans will be the difference while the need to avoid self destruction as they did in 2003, will be key if the Chevrons are to impress.