Rain stops play: A familiar message on the sightscreen, West Indies v England, World Twenty20, Guyana, May 3, 2010 © AFP

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    Andy Flower and Paul Collingwood were left frustrated as the Duckworth/Lewis calculation left West Indies with an easy target © Getty Images

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    Andre Fletcher and Shiv Chanderpaul celebrate West Indies' win, which secures a place in the Super Eights © AFP

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    England's total of 11 sixes was their highest in a Twenty20 international © Getty Images

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    Chris Gayle hits a six over long-off © Getty Images

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    Eoin Morgan unfurled an array of attacking strokes on his way to a half century © AFP

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    Eoin Morgan cracked 55 from 35 balls to seize the momentum in England's favour © AFP

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    Luke Wright heaves another mighty six against West Indies in Guyana © Getty Images

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    Paul Collingwood attempts a scoop shot but is struck a painful blow on the knee © AFP

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    Darren Sammy removed Paul Collingwood during a good spell in the middle of the innings for West Indies © PA Photos

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    Kevin Pietersen started well but was caught on the boundary off Darren Sammy © Getty Images

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    Chris Gayle is congratulated by his team-mates after removing Michael Lumb © Getty Images

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    Michael Lumb marked his debut with 28 from 18 balls © AFP

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    Michael Lumb struck a couple of boundaries to give England a good start © Getty Images

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    Chris Gayle wins the toss and bowls first © Getty Images

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    Ottis Gibson and Andy Flower square up ahead of England's game against West Indies © Getty Images

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    Ottis Gibson has a chat with Andy Flower © Getty Images