Eng vs WI, 2nd ODI Live Cricket Score Streaming, Ball By Ball Highlights 21st September 2017

Eng vs WI, 2nd ODI Live Cricket Score Streaming, Ball By Ball Highlights 21st September 2017 :- Jonny Bairstow’s encouragement as an opener produced instantaneous rewards on Tuesday when Eoin Morgan’s men effortlessness to a seven-wicket victory. The Yorkshire batsman scored a victorious 100 at Emirates Old Trafford. This is the place where defeat left the Windies not capable to repeatedly qualify for the 2019 World Cup.

But the series carry on at the home of Nottinghamshire, where Bairstow’s opening partners Alex Hales will be appearing at the center stage once again in the match post delivering outstanding 171 out of a record tally of 444-3 in England’s last ODI. The match took place on the ground, and the game was against Pakistan.

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Hales made a collection of the score of 19 in England’s opening match, with Bairstow and Joe Root going on to display how straightforward batting conditions is with the score 125-run and it stands for the second wicket. “It was huge win which was so realistically, and I thought – after a little breakdown at the start – we played really good at the match,” stated by Root.

“At no point did we panic so bowlers also balled at the surface which was the perfect way to take wickets throughout, which is an enormous part and play important role in the one-day cricket. “Then Jonny was terrific with the bat. He has a great game – a brilliant power game where he can be destructive in the front of the opponent to defeat them easily as well he struck strike very well.”

England is expected to keep changes in some smallest amount, although Nottinghamshire fast bowler Jake Ball will be having the opportunity to shine at the home ground. The Windies will believe to changes to their line-up, with all of their top seven scorings in double figures but till now collections of the scored is approximately around 41 by the captain Jason Holder down the order.

Sunil Ambris and Kyle Hope give them additional batting options, while bowlers Miguel Cummins and Alzarri Joseph missed the opening match so it will be difficult for them to survive now.

England squad:

Eoin Morgan (captain), Moeen Ali, Alex Hales, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, Joe Root, Jason Roy, Ben Stokes, David Willey, Jonny Bairstow, Jake Ball, Jos Buttler, Tom Curran, Chris Woakes.


The weather forecast is predominantly poor for the game with rain expectation is leads at the afternoon. A full game is therefore implausible. If there is some play, the seam bowlers can have some movement to offer through the Trent Bridge pitch has been a better in one-day cricket on this season, which should mean the batsmen can have a massive feedback.

Team News:


England is likely to be unaffected with David Willey, Liam Plunkett, and Chris Woakes – the three seamers will appear at the Old Trafford – which is all set to included again. This would mean no ODI debut yet for Tom Curran. After Bairstow’s hundred, Jason Roy will appear for his performance at the Cricket match.


The tourists may regard to add another seam bowler to their attack which gives the expected conditions. Either Ashley Nurse (8.5-0-48-0) or Devendra Bishoo (6-0-48-0), both are working hard to hold England at Old Trafford, which can be miss out for the Miguel Cummins or Alzarri Joseph arriving at the contention.

Windies squad: 

Shai Hope, Alzarri Joseph, Evin Lewis, Jason Mohammed, Ashley Nurse, Rovman Powell, Marlon Samuels, Jerome Taylor, Jason Holder (captain), Sunil Ambris, Devendra Bishoo, Miguel Cummins, Chris Gayle, Kyle Hope, Kesrick Williams

Umpires: R Tucker (Aus) and R Bailey (Eng)

Third umpire: S Fry (Aus)

Match referee: J Srinath (Ind)

Series: West Indies tour of England, 2017

Venue: Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Date & Time: Sep 21, 12:30 PM LOCAL