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Friday, 14 June 2019

England vs West Indies, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match Preview:

England vs West Indies, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match Preview: 



The West Indies will take a 1-1-1 record to the Rose Bowl on Friday to face England, who have two wins and a loss, in an attempt to revive their campaign.

The size and pace of the fast bowlers from the Caribbean has cricket watchers excited about a potential West Indies renaissance at the World Cup.

The fact one of them is playing for England makes it more intriguing.

West Indies coach Floyd Reifer said Archer "made his choice." Now he's going to have to live with it.
The 24-year-old Archer is set to lead the England attack against the West Indies on Friday, a showdown that will be in the spotlight.

Cottrell took two early wickets to have South Africa reeling at 29-2 on Monday before rain washed out the group game at Hampshire's Rose Bowl.

 The Windies will take a 1-1-1 record back to Hampshire on Friday to face England, who have two wins and a loss.

WORLD CUP 2019 POINTS TABLE

TEAM
P
W
L
T
PTS
New Zealand
4
3
0
0
7
Australia
4
3
1
0
6
India
3
2
0
0
5
England
3
2
1
0
4
Sri Lanka
4
1
1
0
4
West Indies
3
1
1
0
3
Bangladesh
4
1
2
0
3
Pakistan
4
1
2
0
3
South Africa
4
0
3
0
1
Afghanistan
3
0
3
0
0


Windies batsmen need to take responsibility

Chasing 289 for victory, West Indies made a poor start before Shai Hope (68) and Nicholas Pooran (40) rebuilt the innings, but the Mitchell Starc-led Australian attack restricted them to 273-9.

West Indies began their campaign strongly by crushing Pakistan thanks to hostile pace bowling, but saw their match against South Africa abandoned due to inclement weather.


Jos Buttler set to make return after injury
England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler will be fit for Friday’s World Cup match against West Indies, head coach Trevor Bayliss said on Wednesday.
The 28-year-old sustained heavy bruising on his right hip while batting for the tournament favourites against Bangladesh in Cardiff on Saturday and he did not keep wicket.
“He’s fine,” Bayliss told reporters ahead of Friday’s game in Southampton
Windies batsmen need to take responsibility
West Indies captain Jason Holder said his batsmen need to take more responsibility after they lost to Australia by 15 runs in the Cricket World Cup.
Chasing 289 for victory, West Indies made a poor start before Shai Hope (68) and Nicholas Pooran (40) rebuilt the innings, but the Mitchell Starc-led Australian attack restricted them to 273-9.
“Guys just need to learn from the mistakes that they make. Take a little bit more responsibility, and chasing especially, you just need to take responsibility, and it’s important that one of the top four batters be there at the very, very end,” Holder told reporters.
                                                   
                                                  


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