West Indies v England, 1st T20, Barbados

Samuels and Badree overpower limp England

The Report by David Hopps

March 9, 2014

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West Indies 170 for 3 (Samuels 69*, Gayle 43, Bopara 2-23) beat England 143 for 9 (Bopara 42, Bresnan 38*, Badree 3-17, Samuels 2-21) by 27 runs
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details

Dobell: England selection was unsuitable for conditions

As forecast, a West Indies comeback gave England nightmares at Kensington Oval, but the much-heralded return of Chris Gayle was overshadowed by Marlon Samuels. Samuels is the Yohan Blake to Gayle's Usain Bolt, the silver-medallist support act, but his unbeaten 69 from 46 balls was a reminder ahead of the World T20 that both batsmen possess a considerable threat.

Samuels, a vital component of West Indies World T20 victory in Sri Lanka 18 months ago, spoke at the interval of getting fit in the gym, and with lots of running. As ever with Gayle, his expression hidden behind shades, one imagined that his fitness levels had been explored more languidly. It was no surprise that their joint presence persuaded West Indies' captain Darren Sammy to announce that their bid to retain their World T20 crown in Bangladesh started here.

If it did start here then England are in a considerable mess. They made much play of picking a side to win in Barbados, and letting Bangladesh take care of itself. But Kensington Oval encouraged spin bowling, just as Chittagong - where England are based - can be expected to and their reliance on a quartet of pace bowlers put them up against it from the outset.

England conceded 170, the highest score ever made in T20 at Kensington Oval, on a good batting surface with decent pace. Then, before a sizeable contingent of English holidaymakers, they stumbled to 70 for 6 in return against West Indies' spinners, who gleefully accepted a bounty of 6 for 46 in 10 overs. The target had been challenging, but not impossible. An eventual defeat by 27 runs was a merciful release.

Marlon Samuels unbeaten 69 led West Indies to a strong total, West Indies v England, 1st T20, Barbados, March 9, 2014
Marlon Samuels' unbeaten 69 led West Indies to a strong total © Getty Images

To make matters worse for England, the captain, Stuart Broad, is suffering from tendonitis, an ailment bad enough to restrict him to two overs and then see him run out, limping, by the West Indies wicketkeeper Dinesh Ramdin. Another cortisone injection looks bound to follow. West Indies also have injury concerns over Sunil Narine, who was heading for a scan on a knee which he jarred attempting a stop on the boundary.

England's state of mind at present against spin bowling is dreadful. They improved as the ODI series in Antigua went on, but here their befuddlement returned. Samuel Badree rolled out his legspinners to such good effect that he dismissed the top three for only 17 runs - Alex Hales and Luke Wright stumped in successive balls. If Hales' demise spoke of his weakness against slow bowling, Badree easily spotting his ineffectual advance down the wicket, Wright's wind-up, first ball, was staggeringly misconceived as he missed by distance, held the pose, and was adjudged by the TV umpire to be out of his ground. It was not all good news for Badree, though: on a night when the physios were never far from the action, Badree also damaged a finger near the end of his spell.

The only West Indies slow bowler to be briefly unhinged - injuries apart - was Samuels and even that was due to a tart comment from Ravi Bopara in mid-pitch. As it followed Samuels' contentious quicker ball, one can only guess the legitimacy of his action might have got a mention. Both umpires and the West Indies captain Darren Sammy were involved before a truce was negotiated.

Bopara, employed as low as No 6, moves around this England order like a Traveller in permanent threat of eviction from another patch of waste ground. He put up a respectable fist of things with 42, but Samuels also took two top-order wickets, having Eoin Morgan well caught at deep midwicket by Johnson Charles and engineering a third stumping, that of Ben Stokes, who has yet to gain the same cachet in his T20 career as in his first year in Test cricket.

If West Indies wanted to provide a message at the start of this three-match warm-up for Bangladesh, Dwayne Smith offered it from the first ball: a one-legged pull for six over deep square-leg. By the end of Broad's opening over, there had not as much been a message as an entire speech - 19 runs in all.

Gayle is rarely perturbed about being overshadowed at the start of an innings. He often absorbs the early deliveries like blotting paper soaking up ink splatters (ask your Dad) and those ink splatters, suitably, were propelled by Dernbach, who was not just inked up in terms of body art but inked in on the team sheet, preferred no less to Chris Jordan, who had been hoping to represent England for the first time in his native island.

He managed only three singles from his first 11 balls. Three boundaries in four balls against Tim Bresnan suggested his glutes, as he had indicated, were in decent order. After spotting nothing untoward in Stokes' first ball, he ambled down the pitch to put him in the stands.

Bopara's solid night began with figures of 2 for 23. His nip-backer, second ball up, to bowl Smith caused the batsman to look back in consternation on his return to the pavilion as if he could not quite believe what he had witnessed. In his final over, Lendl Simmons hauled a shortish ball to Michael Lumb at long on.

Tredwell's figures were even better - 16 conceded in four overs, with 15 dot balls. Considering that Gayle lackadaisically propelled one out of the ground, the ball bouncing off the corrugated iron roof, it was quite an achievement. There was the crowning achievement, too, in the wicket of Gayle, who swung and missed at one that turned then next ball was lbw against one that slid on.

Tredwell's contribution was less impressive when he dropped Samuels, on 43, at cover, with three overs remaining. Samuels, so reprieved, took 20 off the over but even allowing for that Dernbach, the unfortunate bowler, had one of his better nights. Not that it was much consolation for England.

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Posted by Insightful2013 on (March 10, 2014, 16:15 GMT)

I hate to feel this way but as a KP fan, can you imagine the squirming going on at the ECB? Cricket admin is similar to a company's board. Unless the right chaps are in situ, all decisions will be wrong and so will the ensuing results. Giles, what a laugh? For me, it's far more interesting wondering, who was smoking what, when that board was assembled? You have a Gooch, a Nasser Hussein, an Alec Stewart and Jeremey Paxman laying about, doing bugger all and we have to put up with these gormless fellows. Harness 1/10 of the brains and abilities of the mentioned chappies and we will be world beaters. What would Alf Garnett say, huh? It's facts, innit?

Posted by   on (March 10, 2014, 15:11 GMT)

@9ST9 every team needs a slogger. England just make sure by having three in the top three!

Posted by   on (March 10, 2014, 14:58 GMT)

Who was England's best player of spin in the last t20 and also offers a spin option as well. Clue: he eats what he likes... he eats what he liiayayikes...

Posted by Dravid_Pujara_Gravitas_Atheist on (March 10, 2014, 14:48 GMT)

I thought that the Kiwi Ben Stokes will save England. But not to be. Well bowled Badree. Just tell the English players that you are a spinner and see them fall like a pack of cards.

Posted by jb633 on (March 10, 2014, 14:18 GMT)

@cpt.meanster, India have no bowling in any formats so just concentrate on that first. I would agree with you about SL and Pakistan as they are very tough to beat. Look at this team selection and I just can't fathom how we expect to beat anyone with guys like Wright or Dernbach in this side?

Posted by Mipixx on (March 10, 2014, 13:07 GMT)

Giles was a spinner (Ok, slow bowler - he did turn the ball once during 2005 and that was a good 'un) so he should have a sense of how to read a pitch, coach players and pick a side to play spin. But no. It was obvious to me sitting hundreds of miles away before a ball was bowled that something was wrong before the match started, just from the WIndies team selection. I can't understand why they play Luke Wright and now bowl him. He's a specialist fielder at the moment, and cannot be worth picking ahead of Bell. Stokes does not look well suited to 20:20. Bopara clearly needs time to get in and would be better up at 3 when he can do so properly. Moeen may be a decent spin option and has batter well but does not look good against spin himself. Still, can't do any worse than to add him. Big changes needed - and probably Morgan as captain too, if Broad is crocked. England will do well if they make it past the first stage of the tournament.

Posted by   on (March 10, 2014, 11:51 GMT)

England were rattled by spin bowlers? What else is new?

Posted by TimmyFromTimbuktu on (March 10, 2014, 11:35 GMT)

@Jared Hansen re your question about Dernbach. The answer is: he is great in the dressing room, he gets along wth the captain and coach, he does not rock the boat, he is very polite, he is not outrageously talented. In other words, he is not KP.

Posted by JG2704 on (March 10, 2014, 11:12 GMT)

@R_U_4_REAL_NICK on (March 9, 2014, 22:45 GMT) Actually Dernbach bowled much better than his figures suggest - most of his balls were near Yorker length. If he bowled consistently this way then he's probably be my 1st pace bowler in our SF side - not that it says much

Posted by   on (March 10, 2014, 11:00 GMT)

Why not Moeen Ali???he bowls tidy spin,plays elegent and proper cricketing shots,and can play spin better that Luke Wright!!!How many more chances is Wright going to get???

Posted by   on (March 10, 2014, 10:51 GMT)

Can I just ask, as an Aussie supporter who doesn't follow England THAT much, how/why the hell is Dernbach in the team?

Posted by 9ST9 on (March 10, 2014, 10:37 GMT)

One question - Why is England obsessed with Wright? I don't remember the bloke even getting off the mark in recent times.

Posted by   on (March 10, 2014, 9:44 GMT)

Why not play the "beard that's feared" Moeen Ali in the top three, his off spin would also be a useful asset in these conditions and definetely needed in Bangladesh for World T20

Posted by jmcilhinney on (March 10, 2014, 8:46 GMT)

@talgeri on (March 10, 2014, 5:16 GMT), while I agree with some of what you say about England, to belittle Narine like that is just stupid. If Indian schoolboys could do so well against him then how is it that he's done so well in the IPL? There are still some Indian players in that tournament aren't there?

Posted by   on (March 10, 2014, 8:45 GMT)

No complains here but batting can be bit better for English team.They did alright job with ball as flat quickish pitch with even bounce and lightning quick outfield made 200 look par. But beating WI is very tough with Badree & Narine bowling 40% of overs in T20. its hard to see any team beating WI if they can just post 135-140 on board.The only way to do it is to bowl well and hope collapso cricket is at it with its batting

Posted by jmcilhinney on (March 10, 2014, 8:44 GMT)

Regardless of whether England could have bowled better themselves if they'd selected a bowling attack more suited to the conditions, if they bat this poorly against spin here then I wouldn't be hopeful of their improving enough in a short enough time to progress very far in Bangladesh. Maybe the conditions took England by surprise and their selection suggest that but if they're so unable to adjust then an early exit from the WT20 is to be expected.

Posted by dunger.bob on (March 10, 2014, 8:37 GMT)

Lot's of opportunity for a bit more Pommy bashing here but I think I'll pass on that. Instead I'd like to mention the other side of the coin and that would be the Windies. .. I think they're serious contenders in Bangladesh. Everyone says you're going to need some good spin options there and from I can see the West Indies have definitely got that. From all reports the pitches in the WI are generally on the slow side these days so it shouldn't be too hard for them to do adapt to the Bangladeshi pitches. .. I tell you, the West Indies are in with a show if their batting can cope with the spinners they're likely to face.

Posted by MikeDKWine on (March 10, 2014, 8:07 GMT)

England in this state - i just wish they would tour NZ...

Posted by warneneverchuck on (March 10, 2014, 7:45 GMT)

Without kp eng cant even win against bd during upcoming wc

Posted by yorkshire-86 on (March 10, 2014, 7:43 GMT)

And all this time our best player is stuck at home.

Posted by   on (March 10, 2014, 7:28 GMT)

"Gayle - The Storm is back"

Posted by   on (March 10, 2014, 7:09 GMT)

As the pitch at Kensington Oval, which assisted Spin, it would have been a precursor match before the T20 I World Cup in BD, which was judiciously used by WI spinners, Badree, Samuels & Narine, The injury concerns to Stuart Broad & Narine, if proved to be serious, it indeed might cost dear to these 2 teams in the forthcoming World cup !

Posted by siddhartha87 on (March 10, 2014, 6:36 GMT)

@talgeri mate don't under estimate Narine,last year Yuvraj was absolutely clueless against Narine

Posted by   on (March 10, 2014, 5:58 GMT)

Hahaha this is England without KP

Posted by talgeri on (March 10, 2014, 5:16 GMT)

High time selectors look for others than Dernbach, Wright. High time too English players learn to face spin. Here in india school boys will play the Badrees and narains with comfort.

Bring in warne to teach how to paly spin.Ensure each county team has atleast 2 spinners.Encourage them.


Posted by   on (March 10, 2014, 5:16 GMT)

super come back WI

Posted by siddhartha87 on (March 10, 2014, 4:45 GMT)

tredwell bowled beautifully.

Posted by Lakpj on (March 10, 2014, 3:19 GMT)

Good to see the WI team back in form at the right time before the T20 WC. They would be the favorite team for many neutral cricket fans. As for England they will struggle to get into the Semis from their group.

Posted by landl47 on (March 10, 2014, 3:05 GMT)

Appalling selection, awful captaincy, terrible execution. Some examples: selection-Luke Wright is a non-bowler these days and has made 1 run in 2 innings on this tour. Preferred to Moeen, who has made a 40 and a 50 and taken wickets. Wright has now made 1 run in 3 innings. Captaincy- Tredwell and Bopara have squeezed WI in the middle overs, so Broad takes Bopara off and puts Stokes on, thereby ensuring that a player picked as a bowler won't bowl all his overs. Execution- having been put on, Stokes thinks the ideal way to bowl to Samuels is short and wide. 19 runs later.....

The 4 short-format series against Australia and WI have all been terrible. Broad is no sort of captain, there seems to be no plan and although some players are doing well despite the lack of leadership, England are sinking fast. Those dreadful memories of the 1990s are flooding back.

Posted by JoshFromJamRock on (March 10, 2014, 2:50 GMT)

Good Win by Windies. Positives being Smith, Gayle, Samuels and Russell clicking with the bat TOGETHER. Bravo and more so Sammy weren't needed to face a ball. Only set-back after losing a mere 3 wickets is a score of 170 but credit has to given to the England bowlers as most teams would have scored 190+ if the bowling missed its length by a couple inches. Simmons though in form needs to keep up his intensity, he has a high dot ball percentage. Bowling was great. Russell's natural length is apparently, unfortunately, the over-pitched delivery. His short ball isn't threatening enough so it's best he becomes a yorker specialist with a cutter and slower ball as change-up deliveries. Badree and Narine are just too good in this format. With Narine likely to be rested, Santokie will get a chance to compete with Rampaul for the lone opening seamer's spot. Gayle's gotta play offspinners better as their armball is getting him plum LBW quite often. Ramdin had a great game behind the stumps.

Posted by   on (March 10, 2014, 2:40 GMT)

seems that SL has to build new game plan to counter WI... there batting is brilliant

Posted by   on (March 10, 2014, 1:37 GMT)

Missing Kevin Peterson I guess....

Posted by   on (March 10, 2014, 0:47 GMT)

England 20\20 Team: 1A.Hales,2.M.Lumb,3.M.Ali,4.E.Morgan,5.R.Bopara,6.J.Buttler,7.G.Napier,8.A.Keith, 9.J.Tredwell,10.B.Rankin,11.S.Parry.

Posted by Happy_hamster on (March 9, 2014, 23:59 GMT)

The choice of Wright baffles me as he looks completely out of his depth, I think the game hinged on a couple of events- the dropping of a dolly by Treadwell and the bizarre lack of slow bowlers; it looks like Giles has the tactical nouse of a possum. England have little chance in T20 WC but taking the venue into consideration never really did, no doubt swathes of 'neutral' ie. Indians with inferiority complexes, will be calling for KP to be knighted and made captain etc as he is their hero.

Posted by   on (March 9, 2014, 23:56 GMT)

Lovely match. I hope all injured players are ok.

Posted by   on (March 9, 2014, 23:16 GMT)

Sensational first over which took away the game.

Posted by nlpdave on (March 9, 2014, 23:08 GMT)

Same old story, mediocre players picked, don't perform, still get picked. England bumping along the bottom. Get rid of Dernbach, Bresnan, Wright, Hales, Broad. In fact why not pick specialist bowlers and class batsmen, the best we have rather than the favoured?

Posted by   on (March 9, 2014, 23:04 GMT)

Easy win for WI. England have no clue how to play quality spin in the shorter format of the game.

Posted by   on (March 9, 2014, 23:04 GMT)

what a great start to the t20 series for the west indies. Samuels was brilliant. shoddy work from england. too many length balls, need to improve in the bowling if they are to stand a chance in bangladesh.

Posted by RAYKAY on (March 9, 2014, 23:00 GMT)

"As forecast, a West Indies comeback gave England nightmares at Kensington Oval", well said David, and I think the nightmares will continue,I saw the plaque card in the crowd with KP on it, Mr Giles you know that the SOS you sent was for the wrong man, now Broad is out, you don't need to replace him with a bowler, you have enough bowlers with Jordan there already, send for the man that will really make a difference, the one and only KP. Well done West Indies.

Posted by R_U_4_REAL_NICK on (March 9, 2014, 22:45 GMT)

I threw away the computer in disgust and resorted to watching freeview TV after the very first over of this game, after Broad had set the tone for what would inevitably be, and I saw those two most dreadful words that just about every England fan never wants to see written in the team sheet: "Jade" and "Dernbach". I think it's embarrassing and somewhat insulting to fans that the England management keep promising changes, and yet nothing is ever done/changed and the same old mistakes keep being made. Taking nothing away from West Indies here - they have cracking players and they played the better game. But when fans like me get nervous/upset before a ball is even bowled, something is very wrong.

Posted by tutorial on (March 9, 2014, 22:39 GMT)

Congrats to WI!!! here is my summary of the game, in his country playing his form t20i he failed bowled for 27 Smith, I said before Gayle cannot bat spin had England open with spin he would've been gone, why is Russell batting before the so call "great" Sammy? Samuels uses his feet when batting that makes him a batsman, he belong in the team, Sammy went in hiding I guess he didn't want to improve on his batting average of 12 runs per game in 45 games, Badree proves his worth in the team, Narine does his thing proving his worth in the team, Sammy sends Bravo and Samuels to bowl and hide again, after 10 overs Sammy finally make an appearance and got put away for a six by Bopara also drops a catch, then takes himself off the bowling, Russell did not prove his worth in the team, Charles lazy fielding cost us and did not bat what is he doing in the team?? Ramdin a master with 2 stumps and 1 run out, England 143 for 9 came close, REMEMBER THIS IS A WEAKEN ENGLISH TEAM, Sammy don't belong.

Posted by   on (March 9, 2014, 22:34 GMT)

A good all-round performance by the windies... but they can be so mercurial, and fans would hope that they don't peak before the WT20

Posted by   on (March 9, 2014, 22:34 GMT)

England need some quelity players in the team there are only three decent batsman in the whole team the bowling is not good at the moment they look hopeless team and they throw someone like kp out of the team to build this rubbish as the future I can't see anyone of these lasting very long.

Posted by   on (March 9, 2014, 22:30 GMT)

Luke Wright has failed to make it past 10 in 24 out of his 44 T20 international innings. Take away his 99 no vs Afghanistan and his 71 vs The Netherlands , and his average is less than 15. Can England afford the luxury of carrying him to the World Cup??

Posted by JG2704 on (March 9, 2014, 22:06 GMT)

Ctd - Also in the field I felt we could have squeezed more when Samuels was on strike early in his inns when he was going at less than a run a ball. Felt we gave him too much space to get his eye in.. Re batting. Hales seems out of sorts and Wright is looking way too frenetic. There is a very real chance that someone who I felt would be a key cog in out T20 bid could lose his place in the side. I believe Broad is out of the next game so I would possibly bring in Parry for Broad and Bell and Ali for Wright and Stokes. I believe they will make the 2 latter changes and may possibly bring in Parry (rather than Jordan) for Broad although they may think it weakns the batting - although not too much judging by what I've seen of Jordan with the wood in his hands

Posted by stumpedlloyd on (March 9, 2014, 22:03 GMT)

Oh, goody, Dernbach's back in the side. Giles' coaching acumen in unparalleled.

Posted by JG2704 on (March 9, 2014, 21:51 GMT)

Well played WI

Re England - some positives but mostly shambolic

I thought they got the balance of the side all wrong and found it baffling that they went for a bowling attck heavy on pace and slim on slow/spin options when the latter seemed to work well for them in the 50 over series. I said before the game that I'ld have dropped Stokes either for Parry or Bell and this was when the possible side had Ali batting at 3 so at least had a 2nd spin option as well as Tredwell and Bopara. It was no surprise whatsoever to me that Tredwell and Bopara returned the best figures. I didnt see the initial overs - I thought the game started at 6.30 but I guess it started at 6 , but Dernbach went at 5.5 in his 1st 2 and I felt he was unlucky in his 3rd over as most of the balls were full (near yorker length). Maybe there is hope with Dernbach if he doesnt overdo his variations as he is so prone to do.And in his 3rd over Tredwell dropped Samuels before Samuels scored as succession of 4s

Posted by Cpt.Meanster on (March 9, 2014, 21:46 GMT)

This was expected. England will be canned in the ICC World T20 if they continue to have no answers to spin bowling. Absolutely abysmal display by England. Well done to WI who clearly have the players (thanks to IPL/BBL/CPL experience) to perform well on slow, low pitches. Contrary to what some people may feel, I think WI are certainly hot favourites to defend their title. Closely followed by the 3 Asian giants IND, PAK and SL ( in no particular order). The rest will simply make up the numbers.

Posted by   on (March 9, 2014, 21:22 GMT)

West Indies proved that this T20 is their kind of game . For once the ground staff put out a "PITCH" fit fot a T20 game .

Posted by Lord_mac on (March 9, 2014, 21:21 GMT)

So in the ODIs, the Windies learned that England can't play spin, and therefore picked a spin attack for the T20.

England learned that WI can't play spin either, so they picked a seam attack for the T20s.

What happened next??

Posted by BailsRgo on (March 9, 2014, 21:08 GMT)

Just when you thought it couldn't get any worse .... turgid, crass, embarassing rubbish. Bad team selection, bad tactics, bad play - the English batsmen look as if they are 10 year olds having a slog in a park match .... pathetic .... drivel .... rubbish rubbish rubbish What is Giles doing looking at a monitor all match - Is it the Simpsons he's watching because the team he is supposed to be coaching don't know how to play cricket!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SACK HIM NOW and the SELECTORS and the ECB - it evidently was not all Pietersen's fault!!! Nothing changes with England

Posted by warneneverchuck on (March 9, 2014, 21:00 GMT)

Eng had only one great player in kp in last few years. They removed him and they r no better than ordinary side without him. I doubt that this eng team can beat even bd during t20 wc

Posted by   on (March 9, 2014, 20:37 GMT)

England inept against spin again, how a Stokes and wright are in this side ahead of Moeen Ali is a joke. Neither of them can buy a run at the moment

Posted by thozar on (March 9, 2014, 20:04 GMT)

I have been watching cricket for a long time and although I am a die-hard Indian fan, I follow cricket in other parts of the world too. In all my years of watching, I haven't come across an international cricketer as mediocre as Luke Wright:-) I dont know what England selectors and fans see in this guy that he gets chance after chance and makes duck after duck. I can only wish that England selectors continue to select him for all formats when we tour England later this year. Perhaps he can also find a place in the test team as an able replacement for Kevin Pietersen, hahaha. He is also welcome to tour India any time England tours India provided he plays:-)

Posted by   on (March 9, 2014, 20:03 GMT)

Cannot fathom why Giles is favourite for The England job,he has dreadful record for us. Shocking tactics to keep bowling short at the WI

Posted by FRpunk on (March 9, 2014, 19:23 GMT)

Jade Denbach Never Ceases to Amaze Me . Always Providing Entertainment . Its Laughable . Love that Guy . #AlwaysGettingWhacked .

Posted by Wallruss on (March 9, 2014, 18:38 GMT)

I really like Giles too. Just not as coach!

Posted by Wallruss on (March 9, 2014, 18:34 GMT)

So taking pace off gets the wicket, yet England were conned into going for a pace attack by the treat of Gayle. Please, please don't pick Giles for coach!

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