Indore: The India and West Indies cricket teams on Tuesday arrived here amid tight security to play the fourth ODI at the city's Holkar Stadium on December 8.

The teams were directly taken to the hotel after they descended at the Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport with police maintaining a tight security cover around the players as the city witnessed a huge gathering of fans outside the airport to get a glimpse of their favourite stars.

India's 16-run loss in the third one-dayer at Ahmadabad on Monday has kept the series alive with the West Indies desperately looking to make a comeback into the five-match rubber.

However, India will look to seal the series with a win at the Holkar Stadium ahead of the fifth and final ODI at Chennai on December 11. India is currently leading the series 2-1.

(Agencies)