Player of the Match
Player of the Match
  • BATSMEN
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    4s
    6s
    SR
    10.4 forward on middle and leg, it loops up to where short leg might have been, Buttler runs from behind the stumps and dives forward to take the catch. England are convinced but not out is given, Broad reviews and the replay shows a huge inside edge and the decision is changed. There was a hint of grip that forced the inside edge and Buttler was out smartly to complete the dismissal, big wicket 38/2
    6.2 firm push from just outside off, in the air towards short extra-cover and Jordan dives to his right and takes a blinding catch that is an outstanding grab, an inch above the ground, fabulous reaction to get down so quickly and hold on, pressure does the trick for England 19/1
    11.4 full and straight and bowled him! Off stump knocked back and Edwards goes cheaply. Seemed to just play all around that really, the delivery didn't do much, shaped in a touch but Edwards aiming to leg missed and the ball came off his pad onto the off stump 40/3
    2
    20
    12
    0
    0
    16.66
    15.4 first wicket! Moeen strikes, given lbw propping forward on middle and leg. Bravo calls for the review. It was angling towards leg. Did it straighten enough? Looks pretty good, certainly to be clipping and it was out on the field. And it's hitting leg flush! Terrific moment for Moeen 45/4
    39.5 a step to leg and Simmons tries to clear the off side, gets a length ball, a slower ball, high off the bat and it loops to cover and Bresnan takes a big wicket. Simmons was going along nicely and probably didn't need to play that stroke, he's rather handed it away when well set, trying to force the pace, getting into a poor position to have a big swing and being done by a ball Bresnan dragged his fingers across 153/5
    not out
    87
    151
    91
    8
    1
    95.60
    49.6 low full toss outside off, a big swing is mistimed and chips it to Broad at cover so England at least end with a wicket but Sammy has played a very nice hand here 269/6
    Extras
    15 (lb 4, nb 1, w 10)
    TOTAL
    269/6 (50 Overs, RR: 5.38)
    Fall of wickets: 1-19 (KOA Powell, 6.2 ov), 2-38 (DR Smith, 10.4 ov), 3-40 (KA Edwards, 11.4 ov), 4-45 (DM Bravo, 15.4 ov), 5-153 (LMP Simmons, 39.5 ov), 6-269 (DJG Sammy, 49.6 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    JE Root924715.22332300
    SCJ Broad613505.83216000
    TT Bresnan1016836.80286130
    JC Tredwell1012312.30421000
    MM Ali612514.16202000
    CJ Jordan926707.44326271
  • BATSMEN
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    36.6 there's the breakthrough! He advances down the pitch, it's a short of a length delivery, he drives to drive it over cover but can only pick out the fielder 180/3
    19.3 length ball on off stump and Moeen has chipped it to long-on. A rather unnecessary stroke really, I think he was trying to find the gap over midwicket but got it wrong, it carried very comfortably to the deep fielder 96/1
    22.1 back of a length and pulled straight to midwicket and that ends a not very impressive nine-ball stay where Wright didn't time one ball. He tried to pull this away but the delivery was on him too quickly and he got it high on the bat and straight to midwicket for the simplest of catches 106/2
    41.5 he's on a roll! Root goes for the sweep, the ball loops off the glove and gives the keeper a simple catch 205/5
    39.2 and another! Or so it seems. Narine appears to have bowled him as he went for the sweep. Stokes isn't sure, thinks it may have come off the keeper. We'll see in a moment as the umpires check. Yep, that's just clipped leg stump 192/4
    42.6 that really changes things! West Indies favourites now. Buttler trying to clear the off side, it was a slower ball, rolls his fingers across it, there's no timing in the shot and it lobs to mid-off 211/6
    not out
    23
    36
    24
    0
    0
    95.83
    not out
    14
    30
    19
    1
    0
    73.68
    Extras
    12 (b 1, lb 2, w 9)
    TOTAL
    254/6 (50 Overs, RR: 5.08)
    Fall of wickets: 1-96 (MM Ali, 19.3 ov), 2-106 (LJ Wright, 22.1 ov), 3-180 (MJ Lumb, 36.6 ov), 4-192 (BA Stokes, 39.2 ov), 5-205 (JE Root, 41.5 ov), 6-211 (JC Buttler, 42.6 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    JO Holder402706.75142120
    R Rampaul1005315.30295030
    SP Narine1013623.60382020
    DJ Bravo1005915.90221120
    DJG Sammy1004614.60251000
    DR Smith603015.00173000

Match Details

Toss

England , elected to field first

Series result

West Indies led the 3-match series 1-0

Player of the match

Match number

Season

Hours of play (local time)

09.30 start, First Session 09.30-13.00 Interval 13.00-13.45, Second Session 13.45-17.15

Match days

28 February 2014 (50-over match)

ODI debut

TV Umpires

Reserve Umpire

Match Referee

Match Notes

Debut pair

2

The number of times England have had two debutants opening in ODIs. Only previous occasion was their first ever ODI

Hundred up

56

The balls needed for Dwayne Bravo and Sammy to raise their hundred stand

Spin, spin, spin

150

The most deliveries of spin by England in a ODI since the 162 v SA in Chennai

Stepping on the gas

79

The balls needed for West Indies to go from 100 to 200

Cheap Tredders

1for23

James Tredwell's spell was his most economical 10 overs in ODIs

Head-to-head

41-40

West Indies are one ahead of England in wins between the two teams

Poor run

1

Number of limited-overs matches England have won in their last eight

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