Result
4th T20I (N), Derby, Sep 28 2020, West Indies Women tour of England
166/6
(20 ov, target 167)
122/9
ENG Women won by 44 runs
Player Of The Match
England Women
WI-W Innings
Full commentary
end of over 206 runs • 2 wicket
WI-W: 122/7CRR: 6.1 
Sheneta Grimmond3 (9)
Katherine Brunt4-1-21-2
Sophie Ecclestone4-0-15-1

9.30pm: There we go, another bat-first romp for England, who are closing in on a whitewash. West Indies are beginning to look at little demoralised, Taylor in particular needs to find some inspiration and rally the troops for the finale on Wednesday. Anyway, Valkerie's report is the next place to go, and we'll be back for more in a couple of days. Thanks for your comments, from Miller and myself it's goodnight, and good luck!

9.20pm: Presentations time, starting with Stafanie Taylor: "It's pretty much bowling and batting. We're bowling good areas but the last five [overs] is still beating us. Batting's not coming to the party, still leaving it to one person to get the runs. [Dottin] didn't get any today and it was the perfect time for someone, but we didn't manage it. We've bowled well [early on] but keep falling down. Sometimes we aren't executing our plans. Not sure about selection but it's the last game and we have players who haven't played much. At the same time we want to keep the core group as well. We'll see."

England captain Heather Knight: "Still think we've got more to give, at times off the pace, slow start with the bat but pleased we punched back and to score 160 was really good. Amy [Jones] batted brilliantly and then it was about getting the job done with the ball. Needed to get a move on. Felt like the pitch changed when it got darker, skidded on. We were looking to hit boundaries and it paid off. At the moment Dunks is in as a batter, she's got potential, working on it all the time and hopefully an option in the future."

Player of the Match is Amy Jones for her 30-ball fifty: "It was good fun, bit of a different challenge but I enjoyed it. Coming in when Trev [Knight] is in eases the pressure, you can rotate the strike and she was finding boundaries, which made it easier. Maybe got better under lights, but Katherine [Brunt] made it look good at the end there!"

9.15pm: Well, that was signposted from some way out, though a shame England couldn't pull off their third 47-run win out of four. Katherine Brunt's demolition job of Deandra Dottin's stumps in the first over was probably the decisive intervention, and West Indies limped through from there, with only a 38-run partnership between Chedean Nation and Aaliyah Alleyne keeping things respectable. If England could catch the ones that go straight up, things might have finished some while ago.

19.6
w
Brunt to Ramharack, OUT
comedy run-out off the last ball! Ramharack defended it into the covers and then stood watching it, Grimmond was on her way regardless, the first throw missed... but a direct hit from mid-on then removed Grimmond as she tried to get back! So England win by 44 runs and go 4-0 up in the series
SS Grimmond run out (Knight) 3 (21m 9b 0x4 0x6) SR: 33.33

WI need 45 from one. I reckon England are safe

19.5
w
Brunt to Gajnabi, OUT
that's the comeback! Top of middle! Think it was a cutter, completely did for Gajnabi... 'That's the length to bowl,' Brunt seems to be saying, to whoever's interested
S Gajnabi b Brunt 7 (9m 9b 1x4 0x6) SR: 77.77
19.4
4
Brunt to Gajnabi, FOUR runs
cracked through midwicket! Brunt won't like that... collared on the pull and Gajnabi gets four