The West Indies senior men's team will have to contend with Zimbabwe, Netherlands, United States and Nepal in Group A of the first round of the ICC Cricket World Cup qualifiers in Zimbabwe which is set to run from June 18 to July 9.
The top three from each group will then progress to the super sixes stage, where they will only play the sides they did not meet in the group stage.
The points won in the group stage against the other qualifiers will carry over to super sixes.
The two teams with the most points at the end of the super sixes stage will qualify for the final and the world Cup in India slated for October.
Meanwhile, Group B has 1996 champions Sri Lanka, Ireland, Scotland, United Arab Emirates and Oman. The two finalists will join hosts India, Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, defending champions England, New Zealand, Pakistan and South Africa, who qualified automatically through the World Cup Super League.