The West Indies cricket captain Chris Gayle says the fifth and final one-day international against England in St Lucia on Saturday will go ahead.
Players threatened a boycott last week because of a row with the West Indies Cricket Board over salaries.
Gayle confirmed talks began today between the West Indies Players' Association and the Board.
England levelled the one-day series at 2-2 on Sunday thanks to Andrew Strauss' unbeaten 79.
Gayle says based on the response he's getting, things seem to be breaking down properly and so there will be a match.
The series is level at 2-all.