West Indies focus on World Cup qualification, At first look, the three match One-Day International (ODI) arrangement in the Caribbean may look without much importance yet there is bounty riding on the three matches for both sides. For England, they are fundamental readiness for this present summer’s Champions Trophy while for the West Indies, having neglected to meet all requirements for that opposition, the matches are crucial to guarantee they are one of the eight programmed qualifiers for the 2019 World Cup.
Britain must choose whether to utilize the diversions as a chance to turn their squad, giving amusement time to any semblance of Jonny Bairstow, Liam Dawson and Tom Curran, or to utilize them as a possibility for furrow the parts and work force of their best eleven. Each individual from the squad saw activity in the two warm-up diversions in St. Kitts and it would be nothing unexpected ought to England accomplish something comparative in the ODIs legitimate.
Commander Eoin Morgan will be especially quick to observe his rocking the bowling alley alternatives after an extreme voyage through India. While England’s batting has grown surprisingly in the course of recent months in getting to be as solid as any on the planet, their bowlers have attempted to make a similar impression. Since the last World Cup, England have the most noticeably awful economy rate of all ODI groups.
With wounds to David Willey, Mark Wood and Reece Topley, there are chances for Steven Finn – his last ODI was year and a half prior – and Curran, rang for his first senior visit. In the wake of being dropped amid the India arrangement, Adil Rashid, England’s best ODI bowler of 2016 with 29 wickets, will likewise be searching for a solid arrangement.
West Indies: Jason Holder(c), Carlos Brathwaite, Devendra Bishoo, Kraigg Brathwaite, Jonathan Carter, Shannon Gabriel, Shai Hope, Alzarri Joseph, Evin Lewis, Jason Mohammed, Ashley Nurse, Kieran Powell, Rovman Powell
England: Moeen Ali, Jonny Bairstow, Jake Ball, Sam Billings, Jos Buttler, Liam Dawson, Eoin Morgan(c), Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, Joe Root, Jason Roy, Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes, Steven Finn, Tom Curran