ICC World Cup 2019: England vs West Indies – England’s Predicted Playing XI, Analysis
England and West Indies will lock horns with each other in the 19th match of the ICC World Cup 2019. The hosts have won two out of the three matches they have played and they would aim for their third win of the tournament. England had won their last match against Bangladesh and they would aim to come up with a complete performance. We take a look at England’s Predicted Playing XI and Analysis.
On the other hand, West Indies have come up with inspiring performance in the bowling department. West Indies’s last match against South Africa was washed out and they would hope for a complete match against England. However, West Indies will like to come up with a better batting performance as they had a match in their grab against Australia.
Here is England’s Predicted Playing XI and Analysis.
The talisman right-hander had scored a fine knock of 153 runs against Bangladesh. The linchpin will like to continue his good form going.
The right-hander had scored his maiden fifty of the World Cup in the previous match and had given a solid start to his team. Bairstow will like to provide a good start.
The talisman batsman could score only 21 runs in the last match. Root will like to convert his start into substantial as he is going to hold the key.
The England captain had scored 35 runs in the previous match against Bangladesh. Morgan will like to hit the ground running for his side and provide quick runs.
Jos Buttler had suffered a hip injury in the last match against Bangladesh. Meanwhile, England head coach has confirmed that Buttler is expected to be part of the playing XI.
England will aim to continue their good form going.
The linchpin all-rounder has delivered the goods with both bat as well as the ball. Stokes had scalped three wickets in the last match against Bangladesh.
The all-rounder was left out of the final XI in the last match against Bangladesh. However, Moeen Ali is expected to be back in the playing XI against West Indies.
The right-hander had provided the finishing touches in the previous match as he had smashed 18 runs from eight balls. However, Woakes had gone wicketless in the last match.
Liam Plunkett had also played a blistering knock of 27 runs from nine balls against Tigers. Plunkett had also snared one wicket for England.
The leg-spinner took one wicket in the previous match against Bangladesh. Adil Rashid has done a good job for England and he would like to continue his good form going.
The gun fast bowler has breathed down the neck of the opposition batsmen with his pace and accuracy. Archer had scalped three wickets for England.