2020 England v West Indies, Lord’s
England play West Indies in their 3rd & final Test match at Lord’s, from 25th-29th June 2020.
The last time these teams met at Lord’s England secured an easy 9 wicket victory in the final Test of the series. Evenly poised at one test all the home of cricket played host to a special fixture.
West Indies batted first however only managed 123 after a superb spell from Ben Stokes returning figures of 14.3 – 22 – 6. England’s batters did not fair much better amassing 194 all out in response. Ben Stokes once again leading from the front with 60.
On a bowler friendly wicket, it was unsurprising that James Anderson came to the party with figures of 20.1 -42 – 7 restricting the West Indies to 177 and a small 2nd innings lead. Chasing 106 for the win then opener Mark Stoneman and Tom Westley got over the line with 9 wickets still in the hutch.
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2020 England v West Indies, Edgbaston
England play West Indies in the 2nd Test match at Edgbaston, 12th – 16th June 2020.
The West Indies were the fourth Test Playing nation, marking their official Test status with a three-nil loss to England back in 1928. For the next 20 years England maintained a winning streak until the famous watershed moment of 48/50 which would spark a West Indian dominance.
Some of the game’s best cricket players have come from the exotic island. The batsmen Sir Viv Richards, Gary Sobers, Gordon Greenwich, Brian Lara with their expansive, eye catching style and the bowlers Holding, Garner, Roberts, Walsh and Ambrose with their lightening pace.
Both squads are full of talent and this series will live up to those of old.
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2020 England v West Indies, Kia Oval
England v West Indies will provide the first International fixtures of the 2020 calendar. Taking place at the Kia Oval, from 4th-8th June 2020 the three Test Series will contribute points to the World Test Championships, the inaugural bilateral series which culminates with the Final in 2021.
Both teams have a good mix of youth and experience and will have realistic expectations of reaching the WTC Final.
In addition to the points on offer, after losing the Wisden Trophy earlier this year the series will provide the opportunity for Root’s England to win back lost silverware.
Expect a party atmosphere at the Oval as both these teams have enthusiastic followings.
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