ENG vs WI, 4th ODI Live Cricket Score Streaming, Ball By Ball Highlights 27th September 2017

ENG vs WI, 4th ODI Live Cricket Score Streaming, Ball By Ball Highlights 27th September 2017 :- The average first-innings score at Kennington Oval is 248 and now the score is come on to 213 in its second innings. Though, already the team New Zealand smash 398 for 5 at the very venue, suggesting this can be some kind of different for the bowlers anyway.

Luck sided West Indies in all the ODIs so far and today’s match between England vs West Indies is going to be the interesting one. They chose to bat first in the first two matches but invited England this time to bat first.

ENG vs WI, Live Score 4th ODI Match Highlights Result

That being said, they trail 0-2 in the five-ODI series, with one match, was affected because of the rain. West Indies, for apparent reasons, failed to win the earlier seasons of the Cricket matches. If anything, winning the remaining two matches and leveling it 2-2 can bring victory for the team. Winning toss and batting first would be wise for any team in order to play the cricket.

News from the middle

Ben Stokes showcased his skills in the public. Alex Hales, present at the spot with Stokes, but this time he did not showcase his skills at the encounter match. Hence, the question arises today how this awaited match will be between England and West Indies.

The player Jason Roy’s partnership with Jonny Bairstow works in most of the match, though Roy went for a duck in the only T20I match which surprises everybody with his superiorly belligerent batsmanship.

Jason Roy is also best fielders in the world cricket anyway.

Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali will continue to demonstrate their charm at the match. With Stokes out, Moeen — now the second-fastest centurion for England — will also go to work hard for the team of his.

England anyway bats deep, with Chris Woakes’ ability to score runs will be work at the match.

Likely XI for England: Moeen Ali, Jake Ball/Tom Curran, Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid, Liam Plunkett, Jonny Bairstow, Jason Roy, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (c), Jos Buttler (wk) and David Willey.

The Gayle-storm will also witness the Moeen’s heroics, but Adil Rashid ran the Caribbean Marauder out when the big man was 6 short to see the main figure mark at the match.

England will have to be mindful of Chris Gayle’s abilities if they are to seal the series will be present in the match of the England vs West Indies.

The only change, though, West Indies can drop the player Miguel Cummins at the expense of Alzarri Joseph. Otherwise, further changes will be affecting this momentum of the match.

Likely XI for West Indies: Jason Mohammed, Rovman Powell, Jason Holder (c), Ashley Nurse, Devendra Bishoo, Chris Gayle, Evin Lewis, Shai Hope (wk), Marlon Samuels, Jerome Taylor and Alzarri Joseph.

Weather and pitch

The track is hard, dry, and flat. More significantly, the clouds are usual for any match. If the comments and predictions remain true, The Oval will see charms of these bowlers at the match.


Of the matches played here during the Champions Trophy, some teams scored over 300. The latest was Pakistan’s 338 for 4 against India reached in the final match of the 3rd ODI.

The predictions also showcased some waiting on this matches to showcased: Chris Gayle needs 3 more sixes to take his tally to 250, while Joe Root needs 60 runs with that he will be proved himself one of the fastest Englishman to 4,000 runs.

TIME: 17:00 IST | 11:30 GMT | 12:30 Local