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ENG vs WI Dream11 Match Prediction | ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 | Fantasy Team, Team News

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ENG vs WI Dream11 Prediction | England vs Windies Match Preview | Fantasy Team & Team News

Even after the appalling loss against Pakistan, England looked back at their best versus Bangladesh. They checked all boxes with their batsmen, adamant to not drop a wicket with their opener Jason Roy scoring 153 and the team ending the innings at a total of 386/6. Their bowlers also kept Bangladesh on the edge, restricting them to a mere 280 all-out in 49 overs.

Looking at Windies, their bowlers look adjusted to the English conditions, crediting their performance versus Australia but the deficiency in their batting front has been their main issue, especially in their last game versus Australia.

Currently, England sits at 3 spot in the leaderboard while Windies is 3 places down at number 6. If Windies win the match versus England, they’ll jump straight to the third position.

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Match Details

Competition – ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

Venue – The Rose Bowl, Southampton

Date & Time – 14th June, 03:00 PM IST

Where to watch: Star Sports & Hotstar

Pitch Stats & Information

Average 1st innings score: 250

Average 2nd innings score: 214

Highest Total: 373/3, Lowest Total: 65/10

Highest Chased: 306/7, Lowest Defended: 251/7

The ground hosted it’s first ODI in 2003. Since then, the average RPO is around five an over. The ground definitely favors batsmen especially since they’ve been 18 individual centuries in the last 23 matches. The winning percentage for batting first or second are 52:48.

ENG vs WI Head to Head

West Indies and England met each other not so long ago before the World Cup. They played all three formats in a series between the months of February and March. The ODI series was a tie at 2-2 since the 3rd ODI wasn’t played.

England’s recent ODI run (latest first):

  • 08th June – Won vs Bangladesh by 106 runs
  • 03rd June – Lost vs Pakistan by 14 runs
  • 30th May – Won vs South Africa by 104 runs

West Indies’ recent ODI run (latest first):

  • 06th June – Lost vs Australia by 15 runs
  • 31st May – Won vs Pakistan by 7 wickets
  • 28th May – Won vs New Zealand by 91 runs

ENG vs WI Dream11 Team News & Squad

  • Joss Buttler was reported to have suffered a thigh bruising in the last week’s match versus Bangladesh. The wicketkeeper has now been reported to have recovered from his injury.
  • Mark Wood has a bruised foot and will undergo a fitness test in the morning for final decision.
  • Moeen Ali is also expected to return to the squad after his absence in the last game.
  • Chris Woakes or Liam Plunkett are both fighting for a spot on the playing XI.
  • There are still doubts around the form of Adil Rashid, who had started the World Cup with an injury to the shoulder. He has shown improvement but still remains under observation.
  • Windies all-rounder Andre Russell was absent in the match versus South Africa due to a chronic knee problem. The team, however, is confident he will be fit to play against England.

Toss Update:

England wins the toss and will bowl first

No changes for England. They are playing with the same team

Three changes for Windies

Andre Russell, Evin Lewis and Shannon Gabriel are in the playing11

Ashley Nurse misses out

England Playing XI (confirmed):

Playing XI:  Jason Roy, Liam Plunkett, Jofra Archer, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid, Jos Buttler(w), Mark Wood

West Indies Playing XI (confirmed):

Playing XI: Chris Gayle, Evin Lewis, Shai Hope (wk), Nicholas Pooran, Shimron Hetmeyer, Jason Holder (capt), Andre Russell,  Carlos Brathwaite, Shannon Gabriel,  Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas

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