England tour of West Indies, 3rd ODI: West Indies v England at Bridgetown, Mar 9, 2017
England won by 186 runs
09 March 2017 (50-over match)
  England innings (50 overs maximum) R B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal JJ Roy c Holder b Joseph 17 19 2 0 89.47
5.5 86.8 mph, spanked straight to mid-off! Roy looked as though he was just getting the measure of this wicket, but he's picked the wrong ball to attack, and Joseph has the first breakthrough, courtesy of a lobbed chance into Holder's midriff 27/1
View dismissal AD Hales c Nurse b Joseph 110 107 9 5 102.80
36.2 70.8 mph, slogged high in the air, takes a toe-end, and plops calmly into the hands of fine leg. That's the end of that. A well-deserved ovation for a fine comeback hundred 219/2
View dismissal JE Root c CR Brathwaite b Joseph 101 108 10 0 93.51
42.4 81.3 mph, no, he falls next ball! Joseph delivers it cross-seam on off stump, bottom-handed scoop from Root... but it's down the throat of long-on! Looked a tired shot, trying to whip across the line and got a big leading edge, Brathwaite steadies himself and makes no mistake 263/5
View dismissal JC Buttler b Holder 7 5 0 1 140.00
37.4 78.9 mph, smashes the stumps! Full and straight, Buttler attempted the ramp once more, but got no bat in the way, and was too far across his crease to preserve his timbers 232/3
View dismissal EJG Morgan* b Nurse 11 13 0 1 84.61
41.1 55.6 mph, bowled 'im! Morgan plays back, attempts to force down the ground, slight misjudgment of the line and it clips the inside edge before shuddering leg stump 249/4
View dismissal BA Stokes c KC Brathwaite b Holder 34 20 4 1 170.00
47.4 70.9 mph, full outside off, Stokes sends up a steepler... taken! Two in two balls for Holder, came off the toe of the bat again, Stokes heaving for the hills, went high but not very far and it's another decent catch at backward point 304/8
View dismissal MM Ali c & b Joseph 0 1 0 0 0.00
42.6 86.6 mph, another for Joseph, pouches the caught-and-bowled! Tame dismissal, trying to flick into the leg side, just presented a catch back to the bowler, who now has a four-wicket haul! 264/6
View dismissal CR Woakes c Bishoo b Holder 13 14 1 0 92.85
47.3 79.4 mph, short ball, Woakes pulls from wide of off stump, loops h-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-g-h out towards deep midwicket - where it is superbly taken diving forwards! Not in control of that, Bishoo doing very well to hold on 304/7
View dismissal LE Plunkett run out (Bishoo/†Hope) 11 9 0 1 122.22
49.6 Holder to Finn, pitched full on off, Finn bashes it through the leg side, there's not two on so he grounds his bat and waits at the non-striker's end... while Plunkett comes ambling halfway up the pitch and is run out by miles to draw a final line under proceedings 328/10
View dismissal AU Rashid run out (KC Brathwaite/†Hope) 9 3 0 1 300.00
49.2 Holder to Plunkett, short ball, swung into the leg side, is there two in this? No, Plunkett sends Rashid back and he is well short as Hope breaks the stumps! 317/9
ST Finn not out 2 2 0 0 100.00
Extras (b 1, lb 3, w 8, nb 1) 13
  Total (all out; 50 overs) 328 (6.56 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wickets JO Holder 10 1 41 3 4.10 36 3 1 (2w)
37.4 to Buttler, 78.9 mph, smashes the stumps! Full and straight, Buttler attempted the ramp once more, but got no bat in the way, and was too far across his crease to preserve his timbers 232/3
47.3 to Woakes, 79.4 mph, short ball, Woakes pulls from wide of off stump, loops h-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-g-h out towards deep midwicket - where it is superbly taken diving forwards! Not in control of that, Bishoo doing very well to hold on 304/7
47.4 to Stokes, 70.9 mph, full outside off, Stokes sends up a steepler... taken! Two in two balls for Holder, came off the toe of the bat again, Stokes heaving for the hills, went high but not very far and it's another decent catch at backward point 304/8
View wickets AS Joseph 10 0 76 4 7.60 25 7 2 (1nb, 2w)
5.5 to Roy, 86.8 mph, spanked straight to mid-off! Roy looked as though he was just getting the measure of this wicket, but he's picked the wrong ball to attack, and Joseph has the first breakthrough, courtesy of a lobbed chance into Holder's midriff 27/1
36.2 to Hales, 70.8 mph, slogged high in the air, takes a toe-end, and plops calmly into the hands of fine leg. That's the end of that. A well-deserved ovation for a fine comeback hundred 219/2
42.4 to Root, 81.3 mph, no, he falls next ball! Joseph delivers it cross-seam on off stump, bottom-handed scoop from Root... but it's down the throat of long-on! Looked a tired shot, trying to whip across the line and got a big leading edge, Brathwaite steadies himself and makes no mistake 263/5
42.6 to Ali, 86.6 mph, another for Joseph, pouches the caught-and-bowled! Tame dismissal, trying to flick into the leg side, just presented a catch back to the bowler, who now has a four-wicket haul! 264/6
  D Bishoo 5 0 44 0 8.80 14 4 2 (1w)
  CR Brathwaite 10 0 56 0 5.60 26 2 2 (3w)
View wicket AR Nurse 8 0 57 1 7.12 20 5 2
41.1 to Morgan, 55.6 mph, bowled 'im! Morgan plays back, attempts to force down the ground, slight misjudgment of the line and it clips the inside edge before shuddering leg stump 249/4
  JL Carter 4 0 28 0 7.00 7 3 0
  KC Brathwaite 3 0 22 0 7.33 7 2 1
  West Indies innings (target: 329 runs from 50 overs) R B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal KOA Powell c Hales b Finn 6 3 0 1 200.00
0.3 81.4 mph, as soft as they come! A lollipop of a catch to square leg, just a fence off the toes, half defensive, half attacking, and emphatically out 7/1
View dismissal E Lewis c & b Woakes 0 3 0 0 0.00
1.3 81.0 mph, a pretty woeful attempted pull, beaten for pace and, especially, bounce, and the second lollipop catch of the innings. That came off the splice with no pace at all, as if he'd swapped his bat for a welly, and Woakes just strolled up in his followthrough. This is getting a bit grim for Windies 8/2
View dismissal KC Brathwaite c Hales b Woakes 5 12 0 0 41.66
3.4 82.1 mph, pop a doodle doo! Yet another lollipop catch, clipped from back of a length to midwicket, the pace and bounce drawing Brathwaite out of his comfort zone and leaving West Indies utterly rudderless in a futile chase 13/3
View dismissal SD Hope c Root b Plunkett 16 42 1 0 38.09
16.2 81.4 mph, on the pads, chipped to square leg, another limp dismissal and Windies are cosying up to ignominy. Second for Plunkett and Hope's semi-competitive stay is over 45/5
View dismissal JN Mohammed b Plunkett 10 26 2 0 38.46
12.1 84.9 mph, bowled him! Full and straight from Plunkett, Mohammed appeared to drive inside the line, and had his off stump demolished! 32/4
View dismissal JL Carter c Stokes b Finn 46 77 8 0 59.74
35.3 83.2 mph, banged in short, Carter takes it on... and picks out deep-backward square leg! Carter won't get his fifty and West Indies probably won't get much further, their last recognised batsman holing out to give Finn a second wicket and leave England one away from sweeping the series 113/9
View dismissal JO Holder* c †Buttler b Plunkett 0 1 0 0 0.00
16.3 81.5 mph, nips back, takes the inside edge - two in two for Plunkett! He's on a hat-trick! A nasty ball to get first up, rearing off a length and it came back in to flick the shoulder of the bat, an excellent diving catch from Buttler completed Holder's dismissal 45/6
View dismissal CR Brathwaite lbw b Stokes 7 23 0 0 30.43
25.1 86.9 mph, this shoots on to rap the pads, surely that's plumb...? Not given by Gregory Brathwaite but England review and it's a quick one for the TV ump, bang in front of off stump and hitting middle halfway up, so the decision is overturned and Carlos Brathwaite is eventually sent on his way by his namesake. Small revenge for the World T20 final but Stokes has got his man first ball 75/7
View dismissal AR Nurse c Plunkett b Woakes 6 9 1 0 66.66
28.2 83.1 mph, full on the stumps, plopped down the ground - and taken by mid-on running back! It's an early bath for Nurse, too, as he fails to clear Plunkett on the edge of the ring. This is going to be an almighty shellacking for West Indies 87/8
View dismissal D Bishoo c Roy b Rashid 10 27 1 0 37.03
39.2 50.1 mph, full on the stumps, Bishoo humps it to midwicket - and that is that! Roy tosses the ball into the Bajan skies and England have won by 186 runs 142/10
AS Joseph not out 22 13 2 1 169.23
Extras (b 4, lb 1, w 9) 14
  Total (all out; 39.2 overs) 142 (3.61 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wickets ST Finn 10 1 35 2 3.50 45 2 1 (2w)
0.3 to Powell, 81.4 mph, as soft as they come! A lollipop of a catch to square leg, just a fence off the toes, half defensive, half attacking, and emphatically out 7/1
35.3 to Carter, 83.2 mph, banged in short, Carter takes it on... and picks out deep-backward square leg! Carter won't get his fifty and West Indies probably won't get much further, their last recognised batsman holing out to give Finn a second wicket and leave England one away from sweeping the series 113/9
View wickets CR Woakes 8 1 16 3 2.00 41 2 0 (2w)
1.3 to Lewis, 81.0 mph, a pretty woeful attempted pull, beaten for pace and, especially, bounce, and the second lollipop catch of the innings. That came off the splice with no pace at all, as if he'd swapped his bat for a welly, and Woakes just strolled up in his followthrough. This is getting a bit grim for Windies 8/2
3.4 to KC Brathwaite, 82.1 mph, pop a doodle doo! Yet another lollipop catch, clipped from back of a length to midwicket, the pace and bounce drawing Brathwaite out of his comfort zone and leaving West Indies utterly rudderless in a futile chase 13/3
28.2 to Nurse, 83.1 mph, full on the stumps, plopped down the ground - and taken by mid-on running back! It's an early bath for Nurse, too, as he fails to clear Plunkett on the edge of the ring. This is going to be an almighty shellacking for West Indies 87/8
View wicket BA Stokes 7 2 27 1 3.85 31 4 0 (4w)
25.1 to CR Brathwaite, 86.9 mph, this shoots on to rap the pads, surely that's plumb...? Not given by Gregory Brathwaite but England review and it's a quick one for the TV ump, bang in front of off stump and hitting middle halfway up, so the decision is overturned and Carlos Brathwaite is eventually sent on his way by his namesake. Small revenge for the World T20 final but Stokes has got his man first ball 75/7
View wickets LE Plunkett 8 2 27 3 3.37 39 3 1 (1w)
12.1 to Mohammed, 84.9 mph, bowled him! Full and straight from Plunkett, Mohammed appeared to drive inside the line, and had his off stump demolished! 32/4
16.2 to Hope, 81.4 mph, on the pads, chipped to square leg, another limp dismissal and Windies are cosying up to ignominy. Second for Plunkett and Hope's semi-competitive stay is over 45/5
16.3 to Holder, 81.5 mph, nips back, takes the inside edge - two in two for Plunkett! He's on a hat-trick! A nasty ball to get first up, rearing off a length and it came back in to flick the shoulder of the bat, an excellent diving catch from Buttler completed Holder's dismissal 45/6
  MM Ali 5 0 27 0 5.40 16 4 0
View wicket AU Rashid 1.2 0 5 1 3.75 3 0 0
39.2 to Bishoo, 50.1 mph, full on the stumps, Bishoo humps it to midwicket - and that is that! Roy tosses the ball into the Bajan skies and England have won by 186 runs 142/10

Match details


Toss - West Indies
Series - England won the 3-match series 3-0
Player of the match - AD Hales (England)
Player of the series - CR Woakes (England)
Umpires - GO Brathwaite and RSA Palliyaguruge (Sri Lanka)
TV umpire - CB Gaffaney (New Zealand)
Match referee - JJ Crowe (New Zealand)
Reserve umpire - N Duguid

Match Notes


    • England innings
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 39 runs, 1 wicket)
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 - 40.0 (Mandatory - 202 runs, 2 wickets)
    • England: 50 runs in 11.2 overs (68 balls), Extras 2
    • 2nd Wicket: 50 runs in 63 balls (AD Hales 21, JE Root 27, Ex 2)
    • Drinks: England - 78/1 in 17.0 overs (AD Hales 31, JE Root 28)
    • England: 100 runs in 20.2 overs (122 balls), Extras 3
    • AD Hales: 50 off 52 balls (5 x 4, 2 x 6)
    • 2nd Wicket: 100 runs in 110 balls (AD Hales 57, JE Root 39, Ex 4)
    • England: 150 runs in 27.5 overs (167 balls), Extras 4
    • JE Root: 50 off 71 balls (5 x 4)
    • 2nd Wicket: 150 runs in 152 balls (AD Hales 81, JE Root 66, Ex 4)
    • Over 33.2: Review by England (Batting), Umpire - GO Brathwaite, Batsman - AD Hales (Upheld)
    • England: 200 runs in 34.4 overs (208 balls), Extras 5
    • AD Hales: 100 off 99 balls (9 x 4, 4 x 6)
    • Drinks: England - 205/1 in 35.0 overs (AD Hales 102, JE Root 81)
    • Powerplay 3: Overs 40.1 - 50.0 (Batting side - 87 runs, 7 wickets)
    • England: 250 runs in 41.2 overs (249 balls), Extras 8
    • JE Root: 100 off 107 balls (10 x 4)
    • Over 44.5: Review by West Indies (Bowling), Umpire - RSA Palliyaguruge, Batsman - BA Stokes (Struck down)
    • England: 300 runs in 46.4 overs (281 balls), Extras 10
    • England: 300 runs in 46.4 overs (281 balls), Extras 11
    • Innings Break: England - 328/10 in 50.0 overs (ST Finn 2)
    • West Indies innings
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 27 runs, 3 wickets)
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 - 40.0 (Mandatory - 115 runs, 7 wickets)
    • Drinks: West Indies - 45/4 in 16.0 overs (SD Hope 16, JL Carter 5)
    • West Indies: 50 runs in 17.3 overs (105 balls), Extras 3
    • Over 19.1: Review by West Indies (Batting), Umpire - GO Brathwaite, Batsman - JL Carter (Upheld)
    • Over 25.1: Review by England (Bowling), Umpire - GO Brathwaite, Batsman - CR Brathwaite (Upheld)
    • Drinks: West Indies - 97/8 in 31.0 overs (JL Carter 37, D Bishoo 1)
    • West Indies: 100 runs in 32.3 overs (195 balls), Extras 9
 
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