Watch 19th match: England v West Indies at Southampton, Jun 14, 2019 Live Streaming ICC Cricket World Cup

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Windies 212/10
(44.4 Overs) RR: 4.74

England 213/2
(33.1 Overs) 6.42
England won by 8 wickets (with 101 balls remaining)
Joe Root (rhb)10094106.38
Jonny Bairstow (rhb)454697.82
Shannon Gabriel (rf)7.004927.00
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5.25pm That’s that from the Rose Bowl, Southampton for the moment. England remind everybody why they are arguably the top team to take the World Cup trophy next month with a thoroughly professional performance. The big thing was how the weather held up, and these teams will hope that continues into next week. Just to remind you that West Indies next play Bangladesh over at Taunton on Monday, while England host Afghanistan at Old Trafford the following day. The action continues with a double-header on ESPNcricinfo tomorrow — it’s Sri Lanka versus Australia at The Oval, while South Africa take on Afghanistan in Cardiff. Join us then for that one. For the moment, it’s goodbye from scorers Venkat Raghav, Chandan Duorah, Saurabh Somani on the live report, George Dobell and Jarrod Kimber at the ground, and Andrew Miller and myself on comms. We had fun bringing this to you. Follow the game with ESPNcricinfo

Jason Holder tells Nasser: “I don’t think we put enough runs on the board. We needed one or two more partnerships. The toss was very crucial, but we did a pretty decent job in the Powerplay. Our batsmen need to take a bit more ownership in the middle overs. One or two curious shots, and batters got out at crucial stages. it’s happened twice in two games, and we really need to look at that. (On short bowling) We probably didn’t read the pace of the pitch. Having said that, defending 213 wasn’t easy. (Fitness) We’ve been carrying some niggles in recent weeks, and we need to take care of that. There’s no point looking back. We can only control the future.”

Eoin Morgan next: “It’s the back. It’s a bit sore at the moment. Jason Roy has potentially tweaked his hamstring. He’s gone for a scan and we have to see it for the next 48 hours. I’ve had back spasms in the past and we have to see over the next 24-48 hours. Everybody in our squad is vital, and we don’t want injuries. I think we had a really good day at the office today. The way the bowlers stuck to plans on that surface was outstanding. Continued to create chances through the middle overs. Joe (Root) has had an absolute day out. He’s the glue that keeps the team together. (Joffra Archer) He is a pleasure to captain. He loves the challenge and to overcome it. Our plans have remained the same throughout, even though the personnel have changed. The guys are executing the plans better, and you need players that can play a part through the tournament. (On Afghanistan) They’re a side we’ve actually struggled against in the past. We have to put in our research.”

Joe Root is the Player of the Match. Tells Nasser Hussain: “It was a really good toss to have won today, and it was good to take the opportunity and use the conditions. Rest of the guys helped build big partnerships. (On opening) It’s just nice to get some time in the park. Tried to hit the gaps, and it’s not much difference between opening and lower down. The way Woakes also came in and batted was very good. We spent two days in the indoor nets and (played) plenty of short stuff there. You need to have the method and you need to back yourself to do it. We pride ourselves in having our basics covered. (On bowling) I’ve just been trying a few things. When you don’t have the skills some of the other guys have, you try out a few things. (On the Botham celebration) Still a work in progress. Tried it a couple of days ago.”

bernard fraser: “This WI team has no game plan…I am not a betting man but if I was I would bet that this WI side will not win any of their remaining games even against Afghanistan who by the way have the upper hand against them in recent times”

Amogh K: “Maybe I am a little late to send in my comment, but what happened to John Campbell, the opening batsman who was involved in a record-opening partnership with Hope? I don’t see him in the squad, why?” — Two words – Universe Boss

ken: “What, no rain? BTW do the spectators get full refunds is play is washed out completely?” — Indeed they do, it’s a full refund for anything less than 15 overs. It’s still 50 percent if 15.1 overs are bowled

Edward Dixon: “Centuries and wickets – what about Paul Collingwood in 2005 or are you only counting WC matches?” — Correct, this is World Cup matches only

5.14pm The injuries to Jason Roy and Eoin Morgan forced the rejig of the batting order, and boy did Joe Root make the most of that! A crunching hundred to lead the chase, which was set up thanks to some great work by the England bowlers. They won the toss, and they bowled well with the new ball and set the tone for this dominating performance. West Indies will have to return to the drawing board. Do they have a Plan B when the short ball doesn’t work?

33.14 Holder to Stokes fuller ball, and he has whipped this through midwicket to seal the win. Root and Stokes give each other a hug, as they should. This has been an overall professional performance from the hosts, and that has certainly lifted the gloom from all the washouts over the last week or so at this World Cup! FOUR

Joe Root and Moeen Ali are now the only English players to score centuries and take two or more wickets in a World Cup match

33.1(no Holder to Stokes short, and he forces this off the front foot, past mid off. Pretty amazing shot, when you consider where he placed this one! (no ball) FOUR

Target under 10, as Holder comes on

sam: “Watching WI play these days is a punishment. I feel bad for the people who spent the money to watch them get spanked. Sad state of affair for WI and Pakistan. ” — They haven’t been good today, but they certainly sparkled early on in this World Cup. Would hope they can get that mojo going again

End of Over No.33 England 204/2 Last Over (4 runs)

32.60 Thomas to Root short, and he goes back and plays this towards square leg no run
32.51 Thomas to Stokes length, played away towards the on side 1 run
32.41 Thomas to Root short, fittingly so, and he runs this down towards fine leg. Hundred for Joe Root, and he takes his helmet off and flashes a satisfied grin as he soaks in the applause. Hundreds in World Cups against Sri Lanka, Pakistan and now West Indies. 16th overall 1 run
32.31 Thomas to Stokes short, and he swings this down to fine leg to bring Root back on strike 1 run

Some questions about whether this will be the first World Cup chase without a six. Well, you know what? It will be the 46th such instance

32.20 Thomas to Stokes length, and he plays it away towards point no run
32.11 Thomas to Root short, and he has swung this away to the right of long leg. Wanted a second, but the return was fired in fast… 1 run

Hasan: “How good is this England side? Absolutely pummeled West Indies. With this being the only completed innings in this WC without a 6, and still, England scoring at 6.25 rpo. Unbelievable.”

Final poll of the day, or so Saurabh says hopes. Joe Root’s ODI numbers are True, I don’t know, or #FakeNews? Go and vote

End of Over No.32 England 200/2 Last Over (7 runs)

31.60 Gabriel to Stokes short, and wide again, and Stokes leaves this. Was pretty close to a 15th wide, surely… no run

14 wides. Too many when you are looking to defend a paltry total

31.61 Gabriel to Stokes down the leg side, and called wide as Stokes walks across and tries to glance this down to fine leg but misses out 1 wide

A wide slip and a gully in place

Now, Gabriel pulls up in his delivery stride. Seems to be feeling his groin/hamstring area

Ben Stokes walks in

Sumit Tyagi: “How many games have been chased down in a World Cup without hitting a six?” — Interesting spot

31.5W Gabriel to Woakes dug in short, and he holes out to long leg! Woakes couldn’t help himself as that was pitched short and asked for the pull. Top edge carries it just a little short of long leg, and substitute fielder Fabian Allen running in takes a good, low catch! OUT
CR Woakes c sub (FA Allen) b Gabriel 40 (78m 54b 4×4 0x6) SR: 74.07

Cyprain: “WI bowlers bowling wides to prevent batsmen from reaching their personal landmarks……..wise thinking” — They’ve done it often enough to suggest just a poor radar

Varun: “Aggression is temporary..class is you root ” — Hmmm, whom could that be a reference to?

31.41 Gabriel to Root short, and he has whipped this away towards deep midwicket 1 run
31.32 Gabriel to Root full, and he lays into another square drive. Won’t go to the fence, but brings himself within three of his third World Cup century 2 runs
31.31 Gabriel to Root short, down the leg side, and he looks to swing this away to fine leg. Half-appeal from Gabriel, but called a wide. They have lost their review too, remember… 1 wide

Applause rings out for the 100-run partnership

31.22 Gabriel to Root just a tad short, and he goes back and punches this through the gap between cover and point 2 runs
31.10 Gabriel to Root full, on the pads, and he flicks this away towards short midwicket no run

MGHabib: “@Hasan: Root leading run scorer out of 4 in 4 games, but one thing you got to remember – Eng had all 4 games played, no rain effect or No Result, whereas most other teams had at least one game No Result/ Rain, which affected other players in those team to score runs/ take wickets, but were deprived!!”

End of Over No.31 England 193/1 Last Over (3 runs)

30.60 Thomas to Woakes short again, and he ducks underneath this. Everybody expects a wide, but none called no run
30.50 Thomas to Woakes shorter ball, and he plays it on to his pads in trying to run it down to third man. Drops harmlessly near point no run
30.51 Thomas to Woakes short, and called a wide as it keeps rising past Woakes. Direction was fine, the length was too short! 1 wide

Philip M McCart: “Re: “By and large, players don’t consider personal landmarks as important as team wins, though” … two words Boycott and Geoff … I know, “By and Large”” — The man. The institution

30.40 Thomas to Woakes fuller, and he drives it to covers no run
30.30 Thomas to Woakes width outside off, and he fails to get a drive going no run

Root is now the highest run-getter at this World Cup, Gaurav tells me

30.31 Thomas to Woakes down the leg side, will have to re-bowl this 1 wide

Ahmad H. Nadeem: “In my perspective, I think England made a few mistakes here; although; they played superb today. Firstly, why bring Woakes so early? This mistake is already discussed in earlier comments. Secondly, they should’ve chased this total as fast as possible, because it will have a big impact on NRR which will be so vital. Maybe they could’ve brought Buttler first, no? However, despite all this, Well Done Team England!” — To be fair, you win enough games, you don’t need to worry about net run rate

30.21 Thomas to Root fuller, on the pads, and he chips it away towards deep backward square leg 1 run
30.10 Thomas to Root oh look, a fuller ball. Straight, and he drives it back to the bowler no run

Oshane Thomas

Ben Bowman: “With the win almost inevitable do you think there are any conversations in the middle along the lines of ‘if you get to 100 please let me get to 50 rather than winning it….'” — Enough runs for both to get their landmarks in this case. By and large, players don’t consider personal landmarks as important as team wins, though

Thanks Andrew. If there were any doubts about England’s status as World Cup favourites, they are laying them to rest with a comprehensive victory here. Just need to keep track of the fitness of their players, though

End of Over No.30 England 190/1 Last Over (4 runs)

Right, that is drinks. Here’s Debayan to finish off the formalities

29.60 Gabriel to Woakes short and sharp, Woakes flinches and the ball zips over his head no run
29.50 Gabriel to Woakes a flat-batted thwack, back at the bowler, who flicks the ball at the non-striker’s bails with Root safely in his crease no run
29.40 Gabriel to Woakes cramped for room on the back foot, valiant aggression, if a touch late in the day. Dabbed down into the crease, and vague thoughts of a single no run
29.30 Gabriel to Woakes straight through him! Didn’t seem an untoward delivery, but Woakes was looking for the open-faced glide to third man and the ball seamed back through the gate no run

Pandey: “So, what’s the win % for England now??” Forecaster says 99.9%… which means there’s a chance …

29.23 Gabriel to Root sweetly struck! Very full from Gabriel, so out comes a perfectly full face, placing the ball back past the bowler to move into the 90s 3 runs

Jerry G: “Am I the only one that sees Andrew Symonds in Gayle when he was bowling in the last over – just like Symonds a cool calm character with that cool style of long hair a cap and sunglasses” Now you mention it, there is a certain economy in his action! Not sure he’ll often be tempted into seam-up though …

29.11 Gabriel to Woakes back and across to tap into the leg side 1 run

What is it?

ICC Cricket World Cup, 19th match: England v West Indies at Southampton, Jun 14, 2019.

When is it?

Match will be played on Jun 14, 2019.

What time does it start?

Starting time of match 2019-06-14 09:30:00 GMT, 2019-06-14 10:30:00 local

In Which Ground is it Playing?

The match will be played at The Rose Bowl, Southampton

Who will Win 19th match: England v West Indies ?

With ten nearly equally matched groups, the importance of every game can’t be understated in this tournament. Both sides are expected to emerge out packaged full-strength against each other in what claims to be a cracker of a competition. Contemplating that the 2 sides on newspaper,West Indies are somewhat more power-packed unit whereas England possess the benefit of being a steady side. For this and another above-mentioned motives, we believe the West Indies are far more likely to emerge victorious in what will be among the most crucial experiences for either side.

What TV channel is it on Live?

The following TV Channels have acquired the official Broadcast rights for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Check this listing to know about Where to watch CWC 2019.

  • India and Subcontinent Star Sports, DD Sports DD National (DD1)
  • United Kingdom Sky Sports
  • South Africa Super Sports
  • Pakistan PTV Sports and Ten Sports
  • Bangladesh Ghazi Tv (GTV), Maasranga & BTV
  • Australia Fox Sports
  • U.S.A Willow Tv
  • New Zealand Sky Sports
  • Canada ATN
  • Middle East and North Afirca OSN Sports Cricket HD
  • Sri Lanka SLRC (Channel Eye)
  • Caribbean ESPN
  • Hong Kong Star Cricket, Today TV App
  • Singapore Star Cricket, Star Hub Go, Singtel
  • China Fox Network Group
  • Fiji Fiji Broadcasting Corporation (FBC TV)
  • Europe, Japan ICC’s Facebook webpage
  • Malaysia Star Cricket, Astro Go
  • Afghanistan Moby TV

Score Cards

  • BowlingOMRWEcon
    SS Cottrell301705.66(1w)
    O Thomas604307.16(2w)
    ST Gabriel704927.00(7w)
    AD Russell201407.00(1w)
    JO Holder5.103106.00(1nb, 1w)
    CR Brathwaite503507.00(1w)
    CH Gayle502204.40(2w)
  • Partnerships
    1st95JM Bairstow 45JE Root 42
    2nd104CR Woakes 40JE Root 56
    3rd14*JE Root 2BA Stokes 10
  • JE Root 100*
    v BowlerDot46RBSR
    SS Cottrell71071070.00
    O Thomas6302317135.29
    ST Gabriel8202521119.04
    AD Russell01083266.66
    JO Holder70061250.00
    CR Brathwaite7302017117.64
    CH Gayle610111478.57
  • To bat
    5.JJ Roy84338118042.799
    6.EJG Morgan233734814839.7113
    7.JC Buttler142384315040.889
    8.LE Plunkett896465620.830
    9.JC Archer14137*3.250
    10.AU Rashid995886918.960
    11.MA Wood5156138.000
  • BattingRB46
    JM Bairstowcaught454670
    JE Rootnot out10094110
    CR Woakescaught405440
    BA Stokesnot out10620
    JJ Roy
    EJG Morgan
    JC Buttler
    LE Plunkett
    JC Archer
    AU Rashid
    MA Wood
    Extras(lb 2, w 15, nb 1)18
    Total(2 wkts; 33.1 ovs)213
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