Windies vs England 2nd T20 Match 2019 Live Streaming

Windies vs England 2nd T20 Match 2019 Live Streaming

After their 381-run whipping in the primary Test against the West Indies England will go to Antigua hoping to ricochet, thinking back to the three-coordinate arrangement.

Joe Root’s side was well under-standard in Barbados and endured a batting breakdown in the primary innings which saw them bowled out for only 77.

Britain opener Rory Burns says the squad must take in their exercises from the Barbados thrashing and spotlight on leveling the arrangement against the started up Windies.

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He disclosed to Sky Sports: “Completing the Test there was clearly frustrated that we hadn’t executed just as we needed to.

“In any case, leaving the ground it was, ‘how would we react, how would we return from that?’ and nearly to utilize it as an exercise and something to expand on, putting a higher incentive on your wicket and exchange weight back onto bowlers on the off chance that they bowl well.

“There are a couple of gatherings when [the match] where we’ll discuss these things and how we show signs of improvement and how we continue progressing. It’s somewhat of a blip yet how would we take that forward? How would we utilize that as an exercise and make strides?”

The second Test at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua begins on Thursday 31 January. Play starts at 2 pm (UK time).

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Denly set for Test make a big appearance

Joe Denly will make his Test make a big appearance for England after it was affirmed the 32-year-old will supplant Keaton Jennings. Britain captain Joe Root additionally affirmed that Stuart Broad has supplanted Adil Rashid.

Addressing Sky Sports in front of his presentation, Denly stated: “I am very glad, it has been bound to happen. I have possessed to hang tight along energy for it and there have been some good and bad times en route yet I am energized.

“I’ve had a huge number of messages come in and I’m grateful for the messages and support. I found on Tuesday evening that I would play, I was in the rec center doing some bicep twists, as you do, and Rooty came in said he needed me to make my presentation this week opening the batting.”

West Indies won the hurl and chose to bowl. Chief Jason Holder stated: “There’s a touch of grass cover on it so ideally our quick bowlers can place it in the correct region and get some early wickets. We’ve arranged well and we realize what’s in question.”

Root included: “We’d have bowled first too. It’s as yet a chance to go out and make a major first innings score. You’re continually searching for congruity however much as could reasonably be expected.”


  • West Indies XI: Kraigg Brathwaite, John Campbell, Shai Hope, Darren Bravo, Roston Chase, Shimron Hetmyer, Shane Dowrich (wicketkeeper), Jason Holder (skipper), Kemar Roach, Alzarri Joseph, Shannon Gabriel
  • England XI: Rory Burns, Joe Denly, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root (skipper), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler, Moeen Ali, Ben Foakes (wicketkeeper), Sam Curran, Stuart Broad, Jimmy Anderson

second Test TV and radio inclusion

Sky Sports Cricket will communicate live from Antigua, inclusion begins on Thursday at 1.30pm. TalkSPORT will bring live radio discourse from 1 pm.

When is the third Test?

The last Test of the three-coordinate arrangement happens from 9-13 February in St Lucia. Just as the three Test matches, England go up against the Windies in five one-day internationals (ODI) and three Twenty20 (T20) diversions.


Britain 16-man Test squad

Joe Root    Jonny Bairstow), Stuart Broad, Rory Burns,  Sam Curran, Joe Denly,   Jack Leach, Adil Rashid,  Chris Woakes; Mark Wood, James Anderson, Jos Buttler, Ben Foakes, Ben Stokes, Keaton Jennings, Moeen Ali,

West Indies Test squad

, Kraigg Brathwaite,  Shamarh Brooks,  Roston Chase, Shane Dowrich,   Shai Hope, Kemar Roach, Jomel Warrican, Oshane Thomas, Jason Holder(skipper), Darren Bravo, John Campbell, Shannon Gabriel,  Alzarri Joseph, Shimron Hetmyer,

Britain 15-man ODI squad

, Moeen Ali, Jonny Bairstow  Jos Buttler,  Joe Denly, Liam Plunkett,  Joe Root,   Ben Stokes, David Willey, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood, Eoin Morgan, Tom Curran, Alex Hales, Jason Roy, Adil Rashid,

Results, apparatuses and TV control (all occasions the UK)

Test outcomes and fixtures

first Test, Barbados: West Indies won by 381 runs

31 January-4 February 2019: second Test at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua (2 pm)

9-13 February 2019: third Test at Darren Sammy Cricket Stadium, St Lucia (2 pm)

One-day warm-up match

17 February 2019: Vice Chancellor’s XI versus Britain (2 pm; Three Ws Oval, Barbados)

One-day universal (ODI) matches

20 February 2019: first ODI at Kensington Oval, Barbados (3 pm)

22 February 2019: second ODI at Kensington Oval, Barbados (3 pm)

25 February 2019: third ODI at National Cricket Stadium, Grenada (1.30pm)

27 February 2019: fourth ODI at National Cricket Stadium, Grenada (1.30pm)

2 March 2019: fifth ODI at Darren Sammy Cricket Stadium, St Lucia (3 pm)

 Twenty20s (IT20)

5 March 2019: first IT20 at Darren Sammy Cricket Stadium, St Lucia (8 pm)

8 March 2019: second IT20 at Warner Park, St Kitts, and Nevis (8 pm)

10 March 2019: third IT20 at Warner Park, St Kitts, and Nevis (8 pm)

Television and radio inclusion

The West Indies versus Britain cricket arrangement will be communicated live on Sky Sports Cricket. Sky’s punditry group will incorporate David Lloyd, Nasser Hussain, and Mike Atherton. Radio editorial will be communicated on talkSPORT.


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