England tour of West Indies 2021-22 T20I Series – 2nd T20I

England tour of West Indies 2021-22 T20I Series

West Indies vs England T20I series 2021-22

2nd T20I:

Second T20I of the series of 5 T20I matches between West Indies and England is going to be played at the Kensington Oval, Barbados on January 23rd 2022. The first ever series between the teams, which contains more than 3 matches.

England tour of West Indies 2021-22 T20I Series – 1st T20I

West Indies vs England History:

Overall:

Series:

The teams completed 7 series in the shortest format of cricket, till date. The host won 3 times, whereas the opponent won twice with 2 draws.

The longest streak of the series without draws between the teams are 4 series in the span of 10 years from 2012 to present, in which the home team won twice and visitors also won twice.

The most consecutive winning streak for West Indies against England was 2 series from 2013-14 to 2018-19.

The longest unbeaten streak for West Indies against England was 3 series from 2007 to 2012.

The most consecutive winning streak for England against West Indies was 1 series (twice) in 2012 and in 2018-19.

The longest unbeaten streak for England against West Indies was 2 series from 2011 to 2013-14.

Last 5 (completed) match results of West Indies against England are LWWLD.

Matches:

The teams completed 20 meetings in the shortest format of cricket, till date. The host won 12 times, whereas the opponent won 8 times.

The most consecutive winning streak for West Indies against England was 3 T20Is (thrice) from 2009 to 2011, from 2012 to 2014 and from 2016 to 2019.

The longest unbeaten streak for West Indies against England was 3 T20Is (thrice) from 2009 to 2011, from 2012 to 2014 and from 2016 to 2019.

The most consecutive winning streak for England against West Indies was 4 T20Is from 2019 to 2022.

The longest unbeaten streak for England against West Indies was 4 T20Is from 2019 to 2022.

Last 5 (completed) match results of West Indies against England are WLLLL.

Caribbean Backyard:

Series:

The teams completed 3 series in the shortest format of cricket, till date. The host won twice, whereas the opponent won once.

The most consecutive winning streak for West Indies against England was 2 series from 2008-09 to 2018-19.

The longest unbeaten streak for West Indies against England was 2 series from 2008-09 to 2018-19.

The most consecutive winning streak for England against West Indies was 1 series in 2018-19.

The longest unbeaten streak for England against West Indies was 1 series in 2018-19.

Last 5 (completed) match results of West Indies against England are LWW – -.

Matches:

The teams completed 9 meetings in the shortest format of cricket, till date. The host won 5 times, whereas the opponent won 4 times.

The most consecutive winning streak for West Indies against England was 4 T20Is from 2009 to 2014.

The longest unbeaten streak for West Indies against England was 4 T20Is from 2009 to 2014.

The most consecutive winning streak for England against West Indies was 4 T20Is from 2014 to 2022.

The longest unbeaten streak for England against West Indies was 4 T20Is from 2014 to 2022.

Last 5 (completed) match results of West Indies against England are WLLLL.

Points and Rankings:

The series is the comparison between the seventh rank (West Indies (233)) and first rank (England (273)) teams. The host is 40 points behind the visitors.

The Home Team:

The team completed 153 matches in the format. Out of them, the team won 66 times including a couple (2) of wins in a tied outing and lost 78 times including a (1) defeat in a tied game. 9 times, the plays were called off without any result (No Result).

Last 5 (completed) match results of West indies are WLLLL.

The Visiting Team:

The team completed 144 matches in the format. Out of them, the team won 77 times including a couple (2) of wins in a tied outing and lost 62 times. 5 times, the plays were called off without any result (No Result).

Last 5 (completed) match results of England are LLLWW.

The Second Outing:

The result of the match will impact the team’s points, as if the result will go in favor of the host then, the host will gain a couple (2) of points without any impact in the rankings, whereas, the visitors will lose 3 points without any impact in the rankings. On the other hand, in case of a reverse result, then the visiting team will neither gain nor lose either the points or the ranking, whereas, the home side will lose a (1) point with a (1) position in the ranking.

Venue Weather:

Weather forecast of Barbados shows the weather would be transitioning from partly cloudy to mostly sunny to pretty clear during the game. There is an extremely less chance of rain throughout the game, as the precipitation percentage would be between 1% to 2%. The temperature would be between 25 to 28 Celsius. The wind would be between 23 to 27 km/h. The speed of wind and the temperature would decrease gradually.

Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados

Toss and Pitch:

Team preferred to bat first after winning the toss 9 times in 19 played games. The selection extremely favoured the teams, as the team won 8 times and lost just once.

Last 5 (completed) match results at the venue, when the team chose to bat first, are WLWWW.

On the other hand, the teams, who chose to field first, won 5 times and lost 4 times with a game, which was called off without any result (No Result).

Last 5 (completed) match results at the venue, when the team chose to field first, are WWWLL.

The teams never lost the game after choosing the field first since 2010.

Overall, 13 times the teams won the toss, won the matches and lost 5 times.

Last 5 (completed) match results at the venue, while winning the toss, are WWWLW.

Particularly, for West Indies, the team won the toss 4 times in 10 played matches and the team won all 4 outings.

Last 5 (completed) match results of West Indies at the venue, while winning the toss, are WWWW -.

Last 5 (completed) match results of West Indies at the venue, while losing the toss, are LLWWL.

The first batting team won the match 12 times. Whereas, the teams, who batted second, won 6 times.

Last 5 (completed) match results at the venue, while the team bat first, are LLWLW.

Score:

The lowest defended total was 133 runs in 2010 and in 2018, and the highest successful chase was 153 runs in 2014.

The first inning lowest total was 103 runs (according to run rate) in 2022 and the highest total was 195 runs in 2010. For the second inning, the lowest total was 80 runs in 2010 and the highest was 160 runs in 2014.

The batting average of the first innings is 23.76 and 18.65 is for the second innings.

T20I History Between the Teams at the Venue:

Both the teams faced each other 4 times at the venue. The home team won thrice, whereas, opponent won once.

Last 5 (completed) match results of West Indies against England at the venue are WLWW -.

Teams’ T20I History at Venue:

The Home Side:

The home team has a pretty good record at the venue, as the team won 6 times and lost thrice in 10 played outings with a (1) game without any result (No Result).

Last 5 (completed) match results of West Indies at the venue are WLLWW.

The Visiting Side:

The opponent has an above average record at the venue, as the team won 4 times and lost thrice in 7 played outings.

Last 5 (completed) match results of England at the venue are LWLLW.

Tentative XI for both the Teams:

West Indies:

The home side would like to go with a winning combination.

West Indies Eleven: B. King, S. Hope, N. Pooran, D. Bravo, K. Pollard, J. Holder, F. Allen, O. Smith, R. Shepherd, A. Hosein, S. Cottrell

England:

The visiting team would like to go with G. Garton in place of S. Mahmood.

England Eleven: J. Roy, T. Banton, J. Vince, M. Ali, E. Morgan, S. Billings, L. Dawson, G. Garton, C. Jordan, A. Rashid, T. Mills

*Notes: the result of the most recent match is at the left.

*Notes: D means draw in “last five series results”.

*Notes: “*” means the match was tied but the match was resulted through one over eliminator.

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