West Indies Vs England Live Score (T20)

Date: Monday, 11 March, 2019 01:30 IST Venue: Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts Match Status: Match Ended

England beat West Indies by 8 wickets

Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Devendra Bishoo not out 3 3 0 0
Bowling 0 M R W
David Willey 3 0 7 4
Tom Curran 1 0 8 0
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Joe Root not out 4 11 0 0
Eoin Morgan (C) not out 10 8 1 1
Bowling 0 M R W
Sheldon Cottrell 1 0 16 0
Fabian Allen 4 1 25 0
  • 72 to win. How long? Powerplay? 10 overs? Will we witness any fight from the Windies? Stay tuned for the reply.
  • Without a doubt, David Willey is the talk of the town, with 4/7 in 3 overs. His good work enabled the others to feed themselves. Wood got a 3-fer while Rashid helped himself to a couple.
  • The misery continued post Powerplay as the home side simply could not muster any strokes or patience to at least try and bat out the 20 overs. Wickets fell like ninepins with only four batsmen reaching double digits. 6 fours and 3 sixes were all that the hosts managed.
  • Holder chose to bat today, given what happened in the previous game, with the pitch expected to quicken up in the second innings. The first few minutes were the key - but the top order was opened up inside 27 balls. Willey ran riot and the Windies were 24/4 inside the Powerplay.
  • Sigh. Consecutive innings. All over in a flash. Windies have produced yet another poor show with the bat, becoming the first side to be bowled out under 75 in two successive T20Is.
  • 12.6 OUT! BOWLED! No need to go for the third umpire this time. The googly outside leg, McCoy looks to defend but cannot read the wrong 'un at all. Misses and the ball hits the off stump. WINDIES BOWLED OUT FOR 71!
  • 12.5 NOT OUT! The third umpire feels that the foot is behind the line. Bairstow cannot believe it. The entire team was walking off and was almost at the ropes. Floated outside off, McCoy looks to swing hard but misses. Bairstow collects and whips the bails off in a flash and confidently appeals. It is referred upstairs and numerous angles are seen. Every time, it seems like there is nothing behind the line. However, the third umpire reckons there is something. Bairstow smiles and has a chat with McCoy as England get back to their fielding position.
  • Stumping appeal! England think it is all over. Referred upstairs...
  • 12.4 FOUR! Over cover this time. Full and outside off, McCoy backs away to the leg side and carves it over cover. The fielder sweeping the off side runs across to his left, puts in a valiant effort to his left, tries to pull it in but in vain.
  • 12.3 SIX! THUNDEROUS! The number 11 can bat too. A full toss, on leg stump, McCoy gives himself room to the leg side and smashes it straight back down the ground, just over the sightscreen!
  • 12.2 Around middle, defended from the crease.
  • 12.1 Full and around middle, flicked through square leg for a single.
  • 11.6 Outside off, played straight to point. 60/9
  • Obed McCoy is the last man in.
  • 11.5 OUT! Bowled! Lock, stock and barrell. The stumps are a mess. The innings is a mess. The series is a mess. Oh Windies. Full and straight, Cottrell backs away and looks to play the inside out shot. Misses. Timber. Third wicket for Wood.
  • 11.4 A short ball now, Sheldon looks to hook but misses.
  • 11.3 FOUR! Enjoying himself. A length ball, outside off, Cottrell gives himself room to the leg side and smashes it over cover. Seems like he has jarred his left elbow after that shot.
  • Sheldon Cottrell is the next man in at number 10, replacing Brathwaite.
  • 11.2 OUT! Caught! Another stunner, this time from Jonny Bairstow. This is getting more and more embarrassing for the Windies. Full and outside off, Brathwaite tries to guide it towards third man but only gets a thick outside edge. The ball flies behind but Bairstow leaps to his right and takes it one-handed! 56/8...
  • 11.1 Outside off, pushed towards cover for a quick single.
  • 10.6 Full and around off, watchfully played out. 55/7
  • 10.5 The batsman has played that off the front foot and into the ground.
  • 10.4 On middle and leg, helped through square leg for a single.
  • Devendra Bishoo walks in at number 9, replacing Allen.
  • 10.3 OUT! BOWLED! The googly sends the off stump for a walk. Outside off, Allen looks to push it to the off side but misses as the ball spins in. He is clueless about the leggie bowling offies and tries to adjust but is late. Timber. 7 down and we are just past the halfway mark.
  • 10.2 SIX! THUMP! That has gone out of the ground. Full and outside off, Allen reaches out to slog, slips midway but still goes through with his shot. The connection is more than sweet and the ball goes over long on, out of the stadium!
  • 10.1 Full and outside off, Allen looks to defend but gets a thick inside edge onto his pads.
  • Adil Rashid time.
  • 9.6 Goes right back in his crease and blocks. 48/6
  • 9.5 The batsman defends it from within the crease.
  • Carlos Brathwaite walks in at number 8, replacing Pooran.
  • 9.4 OUT! Third catch for Chris Jordan! The ball keeps following him. A short ball, around off, angling away, Pooran pulls it powerfully but towards deep mid-wicket. Jordan is on the run at the ropes but he flings himself to his right and takes a stunner!
  • 9.3 A short ball, down the leg side, Pooran looks to hook but misses.
  • 9.2 The batsman plays it with an angled bat and guides it to third man. One run added to the total.
  • 9.1 Full and outside off, driven through mid off for a single.
  • 8.6 On middle and leg, pushed through mid on for one. 46/5
  • Fabien Allen walks in at number 7, replacing Holder.
  • 8.5 OUT! Caught! half the side is down. A tossed up ball outside off, Holder gets down and looks to play the slog sweep but hits it miles in the air. This time, there is not enough distance and Chris Jordan takes it comfortably at long on.
  • 8.4 SIX! In the air... and over the ropes! Full and around off, Holder gets down and swings it miles over long on!
  • 8.3 On middle and leg, flicked through mid-wicket for a run.
  • 8.2 The batsman has punched the ball off the back foot. The batsmen have run through for a single.
  • 8.1 Full and around middle, pushed through mid on for a single.
  • 7.6 Full and outside off, driven through the covers for a run. 36/4
  • 7.5 Around off, defended from the crease.
  • 7.4 That ball has taken the inside edge of the batsman and thudded into his pads. One run added to the total.
  • 7.3 The batsman rocks onto the back foot and punches the ball.
  • 7.2 DROPPED! Oh dear... Joe Root, of all the people. Full and around middle, Holder flicks it straight to Joe Root at short mid-wicket who should have taken it but then puts it down.
  • 7.1 Full and on middle, flicked straight to short mid-wicket.
  • Mark Wood into the attack now.
  • 6.6 Outside off, driven through mid off for a single. 34/4
  • 6.5 Full and around off, watchfully blocked out.
  • 6.4 The batsman has flicked the ball off his pads. One run added to the total.
  • 6.3 Around middle, worked to the leg side.
  • 6.2 Tossed up outside off, driven through the covers for a run.
  • 6.1 Full and around middle, pushed through mid on for a single.
  • Joe Denly into the attack now.
  • 5.6 Outside off, pushed behind point for another single. 30/4 in the Powerplay. 30/4
  • 5.5 Landed outside off, steered towards third man for one.
  • 5.4 Outside off, punched through the covers for a run.
  • 5.3 On middle and leg, flicked towards mid on.
  • 5.2 Outside off, Holder looks to punch but misses. The keeper Jonny Bairstow gets a bad bounce and fumbles. The ball deflects off his shoulder towards fine leg and the batsmen take a bye.
  • 5.1 Outside off, tapped towards cover for a quick single.
  • 4.6 Full and around off, solidly defended. 25/4
  • 4.5 Pushed to the cover region by the batsman. They pick up a single.
  • 4.4 Outside off, punched towards cover.
  • Nicholas Pooran walks in at number 6, replacing Bravo.
  • 4.3 OUT! Edged and taken! Disintegration. That is the term for the Windies batting right now. On a length outside off, Bravo pushes at it but the ball moves away, takes the outside edge and dies down in front of the keeper. But Jonny Bairstow takes it nicely above the ground. 4 wickets for Willey in 15 balls!
  • 4.2 The batsman defends it from within the crease.
  • Jason Holder comes in at number 5, replacing Campbell.
  • 4.1 OUT! In the air and taken! Windies keep losing wickets and Willey keeps picking them out! Three out of three for the left-armer. Full and outside off, Campbell stays leg side of the ball and attempts a wild slog. He only gets a big top edge which goes straight up in the air. Joe Denly settles under it at cover and takes it nicely.
  • 3.6 Outside off, Bravo looks to steer it to third man but misses. 24/2
  • 3.6 WIDE. Down the leg side, Bravo misses his flick.
  • 3.5 Comes down the track this time and pushes it towards mid off for a quick single.
  • 3.4 FOUR! That is the second boundary of the over and in an identical fashion to the first one. A long hop, around leg stump, Campbell swivels and pulls it behind square leg once more.
  • 3.3 Full and outside off, squeezed out straight to backward point.
  • 3.2 FOUR! THRASH! Short and around hip high, Campbell pulls it in a flash behind square leg and the ball races away.
  • 3.1 A short ball, around middle, pulled straight to short mid-wicket.
  • Chris Jordan into the attack now.
  • 2.6 FOUR! Probably a better shot. Cannot say what different did Hetmyer do apart from timing it badly. Full and outside off, Bravo leans and lofts it over cover for a boundary! 14/2
  • 2.5 The batsman defends it from within the crease.
  • Darren Bravo walks in at number 4, replacing Hetmyer.
  • 2.4 OUT! Caught! Second wicket in the third over. This is not going as planned for the Windies. Full and outside off, Hetmyer looks to go over mid off but there is barely any timing on it. Simple catch for Chris Jordan at mid off who backtracks a few paces.
  • 2.3 A short ball, pulled through mid-wicket for a single.
  • 2.2 Full and around middle, pushed towards mid on.
  • 2.1 A short ball, around off, Campbell looks to defend but is hit on the hand.
  • 1.6 A length ball, Hetmyer looks to flick but misses and is hit on the pads. 9/1
  • 1.5 Full and around middle, flicked through mid-wicket for one.
  • 1.4 Full and outside off, eased through the covers for a run.
  • 1.3 Full and outside off, SH drives it through the covers where Eoin Morgan dives brilliantly to his right to make a wonderful half-stop. A single taken.
  • 1.2 On middle and leg, Shimron taps it towards mid on, calls for a quick single but then quickly yells NOOOOOO as he sees the bowler get across.
  • 1.1 FOUR! In the air but in the gap! Full and outside off, Hetmyer drives this uppishly, but right between cover and mid off to get the first boundary of the match!
  • Tom Curran will share the new ball with Willey.
  • 0.6 Full and outside off, driven straight to cover. Terrific start from Willey. 1/1
  • 0.5 Played to the point region by the batsman.
  • 0.4 Outside off, punched towards cover.
  • 0.3 Full and around middle, pushed straight to mid on.
  • 0.2 Outside off, dabbed towards third man for a single.
  • In early at number 3 is Shimron Hetmyer, replacing Hope.
  • 0.1 OUT! Gone first ball! What a start for England. Almost as if they have continued from the previous game. Full and outside off, Hope is early into his check-push. The ball holds on the surface and goes off the face of the bat. Straight to Alex Hales at short extra cover. End of a very poor tour for Shai Hope in general - Tests, ODIs and even the T20Is.
  • The players are out in the middle and we are ready to play! John Campbell makes his T20I debut for the Windies and is out to open. Shai Hope is his partner. David Willey has the new ball in his hand and will bowl to Hope. Here we go...
  • PITCH REPORT - Daren Ganga doing the pitch report says that it is the same pitch used during the second T20I. Observes prominent dry rolled-in grass and expects the pace to be slow during the first innings and then quicken up during the second. Feels that the surface is still good for batting but batsmen need to adapt to the conditions.
  • Eoin Morgan says that he would have bowled first as that suits his team more. Is particularly stern about the expectations from his top order and wants to avoid another 20/4 situation. Is not quite sure how the surface will pan out today, hence wanted to bowl first. Informs that Liam Plunkett misses out for Mark Wood. Is happy with the series status so far as the wins have come against an extremely strong Windies unit. Reckons that the series has been very competitive with both sides learning a lot from the two matches.
  • Jason Holder says that it looks a pretty good wicket, hence wants to make the first use of it. Admits that the Windies did not bat well last time around, so this is a good opportunity to make amends. Informs that Chris Gayle misses out today and is replaced by John Campbell. Feels that it is the last international game before the World Cup, so wants the players to take note of the same.
  • TOSS TIME. Jason Holder flips the coin, Eoin Morgan calls it incorrectly and WINDIES WILL BAT FIRST.
  • WEATHER - It is slightly cloudy but there is no threat of rain. Only there was a bushfire not too far from the ground, an hour ago, reminiscent of which can still be seen in the air, with the scenes appearing hazy.
  • One thing which has stood out for England in this T20I series is their bowling. The tired legs of the Tests and ODIs have given way to some fresh faces and the new faces have done well. Chris Jordan will be on top of that list. The Windies, sadly, have slipped back to old bad habits, misfielding, dropping catches and then batting poorly. The 45 all out is still fresh in everyone's minds.
  • Final game of this long tour. How will England be feeling? Let us get this done and dusted? How will Windies be feeling? Having performed so well in the Tests and ODIs, we cannot lose so poorly in the T20Is. Different teams, different thinking. How are we feeling? Let the game begin! Hello and a warm welcome to the third and final T20I between Windies and England at Basseterre.

West Indies Vs England Live Score (T20) Ball by Ball Commentary

  • Right then! Tests to the Windies. ODIs shared. T20Is to the English. We have come to the end of a long tour of the Caribbean by England. A whitewash is probably what most cricket fans expected in all the three formats - to their luck, they got it only towards the end with nearly three quarters of the tour providing rich, entertaining cricket. England were thoroughly outplayed in the Tests by a resurgent Windies while the number 1 ODI team had to prove itself in the 50-over game, against an inspired Chris Gayle. The T20Is were perhaps an aberration with the hosts mentally tired and eager for some well-deserved rest before the massive World Cup. Do they stand a chance in that tournament? They sure do. Have England been given a reality check? One would assume so. Both teams have learnt a lot and have plenty to ponder in what could have and what turned out to be during this tour. On that note, we take your leave, hoping that you enjoyed our coverage. Looking forward to your company in the near future. ADIOS! TAKE CARE!
  • It seems like a storm has taken over the Caribbean as the heavens open up. Morgan holds the trophy aloft with umbrellas alongside him, basking in glory and the rain. The crowd meanwhile, runs helter-skelter for shelter.
  • Victorious England captain, Eoin Morgan, is finally short of words when asked what could England have done better in this series. Praises different individuals for stepping up when required. On the team improving towards the end, Morgan says that even in the past few tours of the Windies by England, they have gradually improved with every playing match and 2019 was no different.
  • CHRIS JORDAN HAS BEEN NAMED THE MAN OF THE SERIES. Says that it was a good series for him personally and adds that the team ended up having fun. Is happy with the fact that they could bowl out Windies under 100 twice in a row. Praises the entire team for displaying excellent variations with the ball, in terms of pace and lengths. Like Willey, Jordan too, is not seemingly bothered whether he gets a chance to play in the World Cup or not, focusing now on only giving his best.
  • DAVID WILLEY HAS BEEN NAMED THE MATCH FOR FIGURES OF 3-0-7-4. Says that his role is to try and swing the new ball and in this game, he found plenty of swing. Is not too concerned whether he gets a spot in the ODI World Cup and is only bothered about taking wickets while playing. Adds that he wants to continue taking wickets in the Powerplay.
  • Windies skipper, Jason Holder, feels that there was no drop in intensity but credits England for bowling well. Reckons that his own team did not respond or adapt well, a factor to be developed in the future. Wants his unit to work on its death bowling and the fielding - a bit complacent for now, according to Holder. Overall, on the entire tour, Jason says that Windies were brilliant in the Tests and ODIs but simply did not turn up for the T20Is. Stresses that he is happy as a skipper and is now looking forward to the tri-series against Ireland and Bangladesh in a couple of months' time, before the World Cup.
  • Nothing much to write about the Windies bowling. The fact that they bowled 2 maidens shows that had they batted out their 20 overs and scored around 120-130, we might have had a contest. But their batsmen were simply not prepared to adjust, as if wanting to end this tussle as quickly as possible. Please stay tuned for the presentation...
  • Chasing 72 should never have been an issue and it wasn't. Hales and Bairstow set out on the course for a 10-wicket win but the 16-run opening over was the only big over they got in the Powerplay. Boundaries and runs came at a premium but unlike the Windies, the visitors did not throw it away. Bairstow scored more than half the required runs and helped his team to a 3-0 whitewash.
  • It is sad that such a terrific summer has ended in a damp squib. The Windies started the Tests with a bang, followed it up with a competitive ODI series but then fizzed out in the T20Is. England, on the other hand, improved with every passing game and the results are there to be seen.
  • 23.3 overs. That is all this game has lasted. A sorry outing for the home side and an even more sorry state of affairs for the crowd. Turning out on a Sunday, expecting a Gayle special perhaps for one last time in the Caribbean, only to get a pocket with a hole.
  • 10.3 FOUR! That ends the game. 3-0 to England. Full and down the leg side, the skipper gets down and sweeps it behind square leg.
  • 10.2 SIX! England a hit away from victory now. Full and around middle, Morgan stays leg side of the ball and lofts it straight down the ground, right in front of the sightscreen.
  • 10.1 Full on middle, pushed through mid on for a single.
  • 9.6 Full and around middle, Morgan comes forward to defend but misses and is hit on the back foot. Windies appeal for LBW but it is turned down. Hawk Eye shows the height was the factor. 61/2
  • 9.5 Outside off, punched down to long on for a single.
  • 9.4 Full and down the leg side, Root misses his flick and is hit on the pads. Campbell appeals for LBW and meanwhile Morgan looks for the single. Root responds but then Morgan stops as he sees Carlos Brathwaite run in from short fine leg. Root has to return quickly but Brathwaite cannot bend and pick the ball and also have a shy that quickly.
  • 9.3 Around middle and off, worked straight to short mid-wicket.
  • 9.2 Around middle, punched towards mid on.
  • 9.1 Full and around middle, flicked straight to short mid-wicket.
  • John Campbell to bowl now!
  • 8.6 The quicker one, outside off, the googly, Eoin looks to push but misses. A WICKET MAIDEN! 60/2
  • 8.5 Full and around off, watchfully defended.
  • 8.4 The batsman shows the full face of the bat and defends the ball off the back foot.
  • 8.3 Around off, punched off the back foot.
  • 8.2 This one stays low, the googly, outside off, Eoin looks to work it to the leg side but misses. Shai Hope fumbles behind but no extra run conceded.
  • Captain Eoin Morgan walks in for the finishing rites.
  • 8.1 OUT! BOWLED! Bishoo gets a wicket on his very first delivery. The slider first up, around off, Bairstow goes back to try and punch it through the off side but is beaten by the pace on that one. The ball skids through and knocks the off stump out of the ground.
  • Devendra Bishoo gets an opportunity.
  • 7.6 Full and around off, Bairstow looks to flick but closes the bat-face a touch early. The ball flies off the leading edge wide of the bowler towards long off. A run taken. 60/1
  • 7.5 Full and down the leg side, JB looks to sweep but misses and is hit on the pads.
  • 7.4 SIX! TONK! That is huge. Full and on middle, Bairstow comes down the track and sends it sailing over long on!
  • 7.3 Around off, defended back to the bowler.
  • 7.2 Outside off, Jonny looks to cut but gets a bottom edge to the off side.
  • 7.1 FOUR! Nicely done. Outside off, Bairstow opens the face of his bat at the last moment and guides it past short third man.
  • 6.6 Full and around middle, watchfully defended. 49/1
  • 6.5 On middle and leg, helped through square leg for a single.
  • 6.4 The batsman defends it from within the crease.
  • 6.3 SIX! Short and in line of the stumps, Bairstow rocks back and pulls it over mid-wicket!
  • 6.3 WIDE. Down the leg side, too wide to be even attempted to play.
  • 6.2 Walks across his stumps and looks to flick but misses. Gets a thick inside edge onto his pads which saves him from being adjudged LBW.
  • 6.1 DROPPED! Oh dear... another simple miss. By Shimron Hetmyer. A short ball, Bairstow pulls it away but straight to Hetmyer at deep mid-wicket who comes running in. He initially goes with the fingers pointing upwards but then realizes that it is coming at his abdomen and tries to cup it. Late. Puts it down. A single taken.
  • 5.6 The batsman has punched the ball off the back foot. 39/1 in the Powerplay for England. Not bad for the Windies. 39/1
  • 5.5 Full on middle, pushed towards mid on.
  • 5.4 Played through mid-wicket by the batsman. They pick up a single.
  • 5.3 FOUR! Not a bad shot. Fractionally short in length outside off, Bairstow goes back and carves it over cover for a boundary!
  • 5.2 Full and around off, driven back to the bowler.
  • 5.1 FOUR! THWACK! Short and outside off, Bairstow rocks back and pulls it over mid-wicket, one bounce and into the ropes.
  • 4.6 This time he connects with the pull shot and gets a single towards mid-wicket. 30/1
  • 4.5 A short ball, outside off, coming in with the angle, Jonny looks to pull but misses and is hit on the body.
  • 4.4 England could have been two down in no time. A short ball, around middle, Root taps it towards mid-wicket and sets off for a quick single. The fielder comes charging in, has a shy at the bowler's end but misses. Root was a goner even with a dive.
  • Joe Root walks in at number 3, replacing Hales.
  • 4.3 OUT! That is a fantastic catch! Something to cheer for the Windies on this gloomy evening. A short ball, outside off, Hales looks to pull but gets more height than distance. John Campbell traces a few steps to his right and leaps to take a stunning catch near the boundary line! So it is not a 10-wicket win then. Just 44 more needed though from 93 balls...
  • 4.2 Full and down the leg side, flicked straight to short fine leg.
  • 4.1 Full and around middle, Hales looks to defend but the ball goes off the inner half of the bat towards short mid-wicket.
  • 3.6 A MAIDEN! Something to salvage for the Windies. A maiden in a T20I. Short and outside off, JB cuts again, this time to cover-point. 28/0
  • 3.5 Short and outside off, punched straight to cover.
  • 3.4 Defended off the front foot by the batsman presenting the full face of the bat.
  • 3.3 Fuller in length, watchfully defended.
  • 3.2 Again, on the shorter side, Jonny looks to cut once more but gets another bottom edge.
  • 3.1 Short and outside off, Bairstow looks to cut but gets a bottom edge to the off side.
  • 2.6 FOUR! Not cleanly hit but does not matter in this format. A short ball, Hales swivels and looks to pull but ends up dragging it. The ball hits the inner half of the bat but races through backward square leg. 28/0
  • 2.5 A full delivery, around off, dug out back to the bowler.
  • 2.4 A short ball, calmly pulled over mid-wicket for a run.
  • 2.3 Fuller in length, Alex walks into the shot and pushes it down the ground. The timing is excellent and the ball races away but Sheldon Cottrell throws himself to his right and makes a half-stop. Just a run. 49 more needed from 105 balls now.
  • 2.2 Loose. A short ball, outside off, Hales looks to pull but sans any foot movement. Misses it comfortably but the ball just narrowly evades the off stump on height.
  • 2.1 Starts with a short ball outside off, Bairstow pulls it to deep mid-wicket for a single.
  • Jason Holder brings himself on.
  • 1.6 Full and around off, pushed towards cover. 21/0
  • 1.5 Short and outside off, Jonny cuts it straight to Shimron Hetmyer at point who fumbles and concedes a run.
  • 1.4 Fired in around middle, pushed towards cover.
  • 1.3 FOUR! Tossed up, around off, Bairstow gets down and slogs it over mid on. One bounce and into the fence. The stand moves to 20 from 9 balls.
  • 1.2 Fuller in length, driven straight to mid off.
  • 1.1 Short and around off, punched straight to point.
  • Fabian Allen to share the new ball.
  • 0.6 SIX! Wonderful shot! Nothing wrong with the ball. It is on a length, but Hales just lofts it through the line and clears long on! 16 from the opening over - all set to finish this within the Powerplay itself? 16/0
  • 0.5 FOUR! This time on the leg side. A half volley, around middle, Hales just flicks it over mid-wicket!
  • 0.4 FOUR! Easily done. Full and outside off, Hales reaches out and drives it wide of mid off for a boundary!
  • 0.3 A bit too straight, worked through square leg for a run.
  • 0.2 Around off, pushed past the bowler towards mid off for a quick single.
  • 0.1 Good start. Neither too full, nor too short, plenty of swing. Flicked towards short mid-wicket.
  • Welcome back for the run chase. Sheldon Cottrell to begin the final run chase of this tour. Alex Hales and Jonny Bairstow are the openers. The former to face.

West Indies Vs England Live Score (T20) Ball by Ball Commentary

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