England and Windies will face each other on Friday (14th June) at The Rose Bowl (Southampton) in the ongoing 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.
Both teams, England and Windies, have played three matches in the ongoing CWC. England has won two matches and lost once in the ongoing 2019 CWC. In the meantime, Windies has won once, lost once and the other one had no result in this running tournament.
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Ahead of this 19th match of this ongoing Cricket World Cup, let’s look at some vital statistical preview of this match.
Teams’ recent ODI form
England (in last ten matches; oldest to latest): Lost, Won, No Result, Won, Won, Won, Won, Won, Lost and Won
Windies (in last ten matches; oldest to latest): Lost, Won, Won, Lost, Won, Lost, Lost, Won, Lost and No Result.
ODI records at The Rose Bowl (Southampton)
Head-to-Head ODI records
Overall (101 matches): England won 51 ODIs; Windies won 44 ODIs (6 no results)
In England (39 matches): England won 22 ODIs; Windies won 15 ODIs (2 no results)
At The Rose Bowl, Southampton (2 matches): England won 2 ODIs; Windies won 0 ODIs
In the World Cup (6 matches): England won 5 ODIs; Windies won 1 ODI
In the last ten matches: England won 6 ODIs; Windies won 2 ODIs (2 no results)
- Since 1979 Cricket World Cup final, Windies has never beaten England in the Cricket World Cup.
i) It will be Eoin Morgan’s 300th international match for England. After James Anderson (361 matches), Stuart Broad (303 matches), Alec Stewart (303 matches) and Paul Collingwood (300 matches), Eoin Morgan will be the fifth cricketer to play 300 international matches for England.
i) English cricketer Joe Root has already taken 11 catches in Cricket World Cup. Among the English non-wicketkeepers, only Graeme Hick (12 catches) and Paul Collingwood (13 catches) took more CWC catches than Root.
i) English opener Jason Roy has scored 3,896 runs in international cricket. By adding 104 more runs, Jason Roy will reach his 4,000-run mark in the international career.
i) Windies opening batsman Chris Gayle has scored 1,596 ODI runs against England. At present, Gayle is the fourth most ODI run-scorer against England. Former Sri Lankan cricketer Kumar Sangakkara (1,625 runs), former West Indies batsman Sir Viv Richards (1,619 runs) and former Australian batsman Ricky Ponting (1,598 runs) are ahead of Gayle in this list.
i) The Caribbean wicketkeeper-batsman Shai Hope has scored 3,971 runs in the international career. He needs to score 29 more runs to complete his 4,000 international runs.
i) The left-handed youngster Shimron Hetmyer has scored 927 ODI runs. By adding 73 more runs, Hetmyer will complete his 1,000 ODI runs.
i) Off-spinner Ashley Nurse has taken 49 ODI wickets. With one more wicket, he will become the sixth Windies spinner to scalp 50 ODI wickets.
i) Windies captain Jason Holder has already bagged 96 wickets as a Windies ODI captain. The right-arm pace bowler is four wickets behind to complete his 100 ODI wickets as a Windies captain. He will be the first Windies captain to take 100 ODI wickets.
i) Caribbean right-arm fast bowler Andre Russell has picked up 95 wickets in the international career. He will complete his 100 international wickets by taking five more wickets.