West Indies vs England, 2nd T20I – Live Cricket Score


12nd T20I, St George’s, December 14, 2023, England tour of West Indies

West Indies vs England Live Score


West Indies Flag West IndiesToday, 11:00 PM
England Flag England
England, elected to field first

Match Centre – West Indies vs England Live Score

Batters To Watch (recent stats)Bowlers To Watch (recent stats)
Brandon King, WI
9 M • 295 Runs • 42.14 Avg • 136.57 SR
Romario Shepherd, WI
8 M • 10 Wkts • 10.1 Econ • 16.1 SR
Nicholas Pooran, WI
10 M • 255 Runs • 25.5 Avg • 147.39 SR
Akeal Hosein, WI
9 M • 8 Wkts • 8.22 Econ • 24 SR
Jos Buttler, ENG
9 M • 298 Runs • 49.67 Avg • 151.26 SR
Adil Rashid, ENG
10 M • 9 Wkts • 6.86 Econ • 24.66 SR
Harry Brook, ENG
7 M • 146 Runs • 29.2 Avg • 136.44 SR
Gus Atkinson, ENG
2 M • 6 Wkts • 7.46 Econ • 6.83 SR

Head to Head in T20Is

Matches Played24
West Indies won14
England won10
First Played28 June, 2007
Last Played30 January, 2022


Winner Team FlagWest Indies won by 4 wickets (with 11 balls remaining)

Winner Team FlagWest Indies won by 17 runs

Winner Team FlagEngland won by 34 runs

Winner Team FlagWest Indies won by 20 runs

Winner Team FlagEngland won by 1 run

Match Details – West Indies vs England Live Score

National Cricket Stadium, St George’s, Grenada

TossEngland, elected to field first
SeriesEngland tour of West Indies
Match numberT20I no. 2402
Hours of play (local time)13.30 start, First Session 13.30-15.00, Interval 15.00-15.20, Second Session 15.20-16.50
Match days14 December 2023 – day (20-over match)
UmpiresWest IndiesGregory Brathwaite
West IndiesJacqueline Williams
TV UmpireWest IndiesLeslie Reifer
Reserve UmpireWest IndiesPatrick Gustard
Match RefereeWest IndiesRichie Richardson

SQUADS – West Indies vs England Live Score

West IndiesEngland
Rovman Powell (c)
Middle order Batter
Jos Buttler (c)
Wicketkeeper Batter
Shai Hope † (vc)
Wicketkeeper Batter
Moeen Ali 
Batting Allrounder
Roston Chase 
Gus Atkinson 
Matthew Forde 
Harry Brook 
Shimron Hetmyer 
Top order Batter
Sam Curran 
Jason Holder 
Bowling Allrounder
Ben Duckett 
Top order Batter
Akeal Hosein 
Will Jacks 
Batting Allrounder
Brandon King 
Top order Batter
Liam Livingstone 
Batting Allrounder
Kyle Mayers 
Batting Allrounder
Tymal Mills 
Nicholas Pooran †
Wicketkeeper Batter
Adil Rashid 
Andre Russell 
Rehan Ahmed 
Bowling Allrounder
Sherfane Rutherford 
Middle order Batter
Phil Salt †
Wicketkeeper Batter
Romario Shepherd 
Bowling Allrounder
Reece Topley 
John Turner 
Chris Woakes 

In the upcoming second T20I of the thrilling five-match series, West Indies will square off against England on Thursday (December 14) at Grenada’s National Cricket Stadium. The first clash saw West Indies emerge victorious, claiming a solid win by four wickets.

The encounter commenced with West Indies winning the toss and opting to field. Phil Salt and Jos Buttler exhibited a formidable partnership, racking up an impressive 77 runs for England’s initial wicket. Salt’s blistering 40 off 20 deliveries complemented Buttler’s 39 off 31 balls. However, the rest of the English batting lineup struggled, failing to surpass the 30-run mark. They were bundled out for 171 runs within 19.3 overs. West Indies’ Andre Russell and Alzarri Joseph shone, claiming three wickets apiece, while Romario Shepherd took two, and Akeal Hosein and Jason Holder secured one wicket each.

Brandon King and Kyle Mayers initiated West Indies’ innings, accumulating 32 runs for the first wicket before King departed, having scored a brisk 22 off 12 deliveries. Shai Hope contributed 36 runs off 30 balls, while Mayers posted a commendable 35 off 21 deliveries. Rovman Powell and Andre Russell’s partnership of 49 runs guided West Indies to their victory. Powell’s swift 31 off 15 balls and Russell’s impactful 29 off 14 deliveries sealed the win by four wickets. Rehan Ahmed emerged as England’s most successful bowler, claiming three wickets for 39 runs in his four overs.

The match showcased a riveting display of cricket, highlighting West Indies’ prowess in securing a crucial victory in the series opener.

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