The Roar
The Roar

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

England vs West Indies: Cricket World Cup live scores, blog

14th June, 2019
Live Comments
Advertisement

Match Complete

First Innings: England

2/213

ENG2/213

Autoplay in... 6 (Cancel)
Up Next No more videos! Playlist is empty -
Replay
Cancel
Next
Roar Pro
14th June, 2019
224
1514 Reads

England

Match Complete

West Indies

2/213

England win by 8 wickets

0/31 (5.1) *Holder O: 33.1 Stokes* 10 (6)
0/43 (6.0) Thomas RR:5.53 Root 100 (94)
c. sub b. Gabriel31.5
2/199
Woakes 40(54)
c. Brathwaite b. Gabriel14.4
1/95
Bairstow 45(46)
First Innings: West Indies212 all outRR: 4.13O: 44.4

Show Full Scoreboard

Hide Full Scoreboard

First Innings: West Indies 212 all out RR: 4.13 O: 44.4
Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR

C.H. Gayle

c. Bairstow b. Plunkett

36 41 5 1 87.80

E. Lewis

b. Woakes

2 8 0 0 25.00

S.D. Hope+

lbw. Wood

11 30 1 0 36.67

N. Pooran

c. Buttler b. Archer

63 78 3 1 80.77

S.O. Hetmyer

c+b. Root

39 48 4 0 81.25

J.O. Holder*

c+b. Root

9 10 0 1 90.00

A.D. Russell

c. Woakes b. Wood

21 16 1 2 131.25

C.R. Brathwaite

c. Buttler b. Archer

14 22 0 1 63.64

S.S. Cottrell

lbw. Archer

0 1 0 0 0.00

O.R. Thomas

not out

0 11 0 0 0.00

S.T. Gabriel

b. Wood

0 3 0 0 0.00

Extras

(b 0, lb 5, w 12, nb 0)

17  
Total 212  
Bowlers O M R W Ec
C.R. Woakes 5.0 2 16 1 3.20
J.C. Archer 9.0 1 30 3 3.33
L.E. Plunkett 5.0 0 30 1 6.00
M.A. Wood 6.4 0 18 3 2.70
B.A. Stokes 4.0 0 25 0 6.25
A.U. Rashid 10.0 0 61 0 6.10
J.E. Root 5.0 0 27 2 5.40
First Innings: England 2/213 RR: 5.53 O: 33.1
Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR

J.M. Bairstow

c. Brathwaite b. Gabriel

45 46 7 0 97.83

J.E. Root

not out

100 94 11 0 106.38

C.R. Woakes

c. sub b. Gabriel

40 54 4 0 74.07

B.A. Stokes

not out

10 6 2 0 166.67

E.J.G. Morgan*

         

J.C. Buttler+

         

J.J. Roy

         

L.E. Plunkett

         

J.C. Archer

         

A.U. Rashid

         

M.A. Wood

         

Extras

(b 0, lb 2, w 15, nb 1)

18  
Total 213  
Bowlers O M R W Ec
S.S. Cottrell 3.0 0 17 0 5.67
O.R. Thomas 6.0 0 43 0 7.17
S.T. Gabriel 7.0 0 49 2 7.00
A.D. Russell 2.0 0 14 0 7.00
J.O. Holder 5.1 0 31 0 6.00
C.R. Brathwaite 5.0 0 35 0 7.00
C.H. Gayle 5.0 0 22 0 4.40

Show Preview

The rain gods are looking favourably on this one. With a top of 18 degrees and pockets of sunshine expected, as well as less than 10 percent chance of precipitation forecasted, tonight’s blockbuster clash between tournament favourites England and darkhorses the West Indies promises to be a mouthwatering battle which is sure to provide some high octane cricket. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog from 7:30pm AEST.

Both England and the West Indies have had powerful, emphatic starts to their world cup campaigns and have rightly staked their claim to show why they’re tournament frontrunners in the 2019 edition.

A minor hiccup against Pakistan, where England narrowly lost by just 14 runs and a thrilling last over defeat to Australia by 15 runs for the West Indies should not dampen either team’s bullish confidence, as their other clinical victorious performances have shown they have the firepower and tactical nous to win.

Determining a winner from tonight’s clash of heavyweights will be tricky, as both teams mirror each other evenly in terms of batting strength and fast bowling depth.

Where England has the slight upper hand is in spin bowling; both wristspinner Adil Rashid and fingerspinner Moeen Ali have proven to be effective at slowing the run rate in the middle overs and taking those key wickets at pivotal times.

The West Indies do not have that option; Ashley Nurse is nothing more than a part-timer and is yet to turn a ball.

Despite this, the likely return of Andre Russell to the West Indies line up is sure to send a few shivers down England’s spine.

Dangerman Dre Rus is already motoring at a treacherous strike of 136.36 in the tournament so far. Expect some big blows from the Jamaican all-arounder if he gets going.

Prediction
On paper England certainly has a more settled and balanced side and have been clinical in their victories against South Africa and Bangladesh, and you would naturally expect them to see this one through.

Advertisement
Advertisement

However there is something special about this resurgent West Indies team and the calypso Caribbean flair of old has appeared in brief patches in the way they play.

My heart says West Indies tonight, I believe they’ll cause an upset.

Catch us for all the action tonight on The Roar with our live blog, starting at 7:30pm AEST.

Hide Preview