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England's tour of the West Indies 2019
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January

Tuesday 15th - FC [two-day] vs CWI President's XI, Cave Hill, Barbados (Match drawn)
Thursday 17th - FC [two-day] vs CWI President's XI, Cave Hill, Barbados (Match drawn)
Wednesday 23rd - 1st Test vs West Indies, Bridgetown, Barbados (West Indies win by 381 runs)
Thursday 31st - 2nd Test vs West Indies, North Sound, Antigua (West Indies win by 10 wickets)


February

Saturday 9th - 3rd Test vs West Indies, Gros Islet, St Lucia (England win by 232 runs)
Sunday 17th - OD vs University of West Indies Vice Chancellor's XI, Cave Hill, Barbados (England win by 171 runs)
Wednesday 20th - 1st ODI vs West Indies, Bridgetown, Barbados (England win by 6 wickets)
Friday 22nd - 2nd ODI vs West Indies, Bridgetown, Barbados (West Indies win by 26 runs)
Monday 25th - 3rd ODI vs West Indies, St George's, Grenada (Match abandoned)
Wednesday 27th - 4th ODI vs West Indies, St George's, Grenada (England win by 29 runs)


March

Saturday 2nd - 5th ODI vs West Indies, Gros Islet, St Lucia (West Indies win by 7 wickets)
Tuesday 5th - 1st T20I vs West Indies, Gros Islet, St Lucia (England win by 4 wickets)
Friday 8th - 2nd T20I vs West Indies, Basseterre, St Kitt's (England win by 137 runs)
Sunday 10th - 3rd T20I vs West Indies, Basseterre, St Kitt's (England win by 8 wickets)



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Best tour of the lot cricket on the box mid afternoon to 10 pm wonderful
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#3
looking forward to it. I hope Holder, Hope etc all should be there. A competitive series hopefully
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#4
Given there's only the one Test against Ireland between this series and the Ashes, a lot of big decisions are going to need to be made about batting order and such over the course of these three Tests. Can't go into the summer still chopping and changing.
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#5
Windies going well on a slow pitch, 89-1 at lunch. England have left out Broad and gone with two spinners in the attack.
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264-8 Jimmy 4-33 from 24 Stokes 3 wickets several batsmen got starts but didn't progress wicket getting faster and playing a few tricks
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#7
Yeah, definitely more life in the pitch in the closing stages today, Windies collapsed out of nowhere against the new ball. Shimron Hetmyer's handy with the bat, can still potentially cause some damage in the morning.
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#8
Windies 289 all out after battling through the first hour; Jimmy five-fer.
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#9
Hussain this is a strong England batting line up 44-4
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#10
Now 49-7. We're not even going to make the follow-on target here.
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