West Indies captain Chris Gayle has suggested England need to change their strategy for the final Test.
The hosts lead the five-match series 1-0 ahead of the deciding match at the Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad, which starts on Friday.
And Gayle, on the verge of leading West Indies to a first Test series victory in five years, believes the tourists are currently a bowler light in the absence of injured all-rounder Andrew Flintoff.
England fielded a four-man attack in the drawn fourth Test at the Kensington Oval and are likely to make changes.
"I don't know how many changes they will make but I think they need another bowler," Gayle said.
"I don't want to give them any tips but maybe they should drop an extra batsman."
Bat dominated in the fourth Test with Ramnaresh Sarwan's career-best 291 taking his series tally to 598 runs in four innings.
The 260-run partnership Sarwan shared with Denesh Ramdin effectively ended English hopes of a comeback series victory.
"Denesh Ramdin getting his first Test century was tremendous," Gayle continued.
"I hope this is the start of many to come for Ramdin.
"He has been under scrutiny, so it has been good to ease some pressure off his back, and he can carry on with confidence on his home ground in the next match."
Gayle has urged his team to approach the series decider in their usual manner.
"Even though we are 1-0 up in the series, we will go out for the win, we will go out there to play positive cricket rather than be negative," he added.
"Once you go in with that sort of mentality it can do more damage to you.
"We want to get runs on the board - we will settle for anything over 400 and I am sure that could put a guarantee on the game.
"We will have to look to bat well in our first innings and then we can dictate."
Fast bowler Jerome Taylor is carrying an ankle niggle but West Indies insist he will be fit to feature after strapping the joint as a precautionary measure.