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West Indies v England: How to watch, TV channel, start time, head-to-head stats and team news

West Indies take on England in each team's first match of the Super 8s stage at the T20 World Cup in the early hours of Thursday morning.

England were indebted to Australia for their win over Scotland, which enabled Jos Buttler’s side to sneak through from Group B after winning only two of their four matches.

The West Indies left nothing to chance as they won all four of their matches to advance alongside Afghanistan in Group C.

West Indies v England

How to watch West Indies v England and TV channel

West Indies v England will be shown live on Sky Sports Cricket and Main Event.

West Indies v England start time, date and venue

West Indies v England starts at 01:30 on Thursday 20th June at Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia.

West Indies v England stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

West Indies and England have met 29 times before in T20 international cricket, with the West Indies victorious on 17 occasions.

West Indies v England head-to-head record (H2H)

West Indies wins




England wins


*H2H stats refer to all T20Is

West Indies v England team news

West Indies team news

The West Indies will probably keep faith with the same batting line-up that racked up 218 and a convincing victory over Afghanistan on Monday.

Shai Hope replaced Roston Chase in the middle order and made 25 off 17 balls.

But, despite Obed McCoy’s impressive haul of 3-14 off three overs, he could drop out with fellow pace bowler Romario Shepherd recalled after missing the Afghanistan win for family reasons.

England team news

Sam Curran and Chris Jordan replaced Will Jacks and Mark Wood for England’s final Group B game against Namibia, but Buttler revealed the rain-shortened 11-over dynamic contributed to those decisions.

Wood will probably return in place of Curran for this clash on a flat pitch, but Jordan could keep his place if Liam Livingstone is not fully fit.

He has been hampered by a side niggle and, although Jordan has been expensive as a bowler, his batting ability may earn him another chance as an all-rounder if Jacks is again overlooked.

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