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- Match: 2nd T20I
- Teams: England vs West Indies
- Venue: Basseterre
- Date: 8th March, 2019
- Time: 01:00AM (PKT)
England vs West Indies 2nd T20I Prediction 2019 Prediction
England is ready to take on West Indies in their scheduled 2nd T20I match on 8th March 2019 at Basseterre. English cricket team is on their regular tour of West Indies and currently they are leading the 3 T20I match series by 1-0.
West Indies though holds a very strong T20 squad but their performance in 1st T20 match remained below expectation as 1st in batting and then in bowling, Caribbean side is outclassed in that match by their opposition.
The host side after toss came out to bat 1st and scored 160 runs in their innings although it looks very decent total but mostly batsmen of the team failed to play any kind of good innings except N Pooran who scored 58 runs and helped his team to set that total.
England in return played positively although their batting line-up also struggled a bit but at the end the touring side succeeds to bag the victory in 18th over with 4 wickets remaining. England is now looking forward to seize the series by winning the upcoming match.
Majority of cricket analyst are predicting West Indies cricket team as hot favorite in the upcoming match as this team holds way more ballistic T20 players as compare to England. But if English bowlers take control over the opposition batting line-up then their chances to win this match will increase by 60%.
England vs West Indies 2nd T20I Dream 11 – 8th March 2019
West Indies Official Team Squad vs England 2nd T20 2019:
Jason Holder, John Campbell, Sheldon Cottrell, Shimron Hetmyer, Shai Hope (wk), Oshane Thomas, Nicholas Pooran, Darren Bravo, Devendra Bishoo, Fabian Allen and Andre Russell.
England Official Team Squad vs West Indies 2nd T20 2019:
Tom Curran, Sam Curran, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood, Chris Jordan, Eoin Morgan (c) , Jonny Bairstow, Alex Hales, Joe Root, Joe Denly and Sam Billings.