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Where: Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua.
When: Sunday 2 March, 13.30 GMT.
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It’s the second one-day international of the three match series in the Caribbean between hosts West Indies and tourists England.
After winning the first match in Antigua on Friday the home team will be looking to build on that success at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium.
A 116 run stand between all-rounder Darren Sammy and captain Dwayne Bravo helped guide the West Indians to success last time out, along with a solid bowling that display that led the Three Lions to collapse.
It’s the start of a transition period for the visitors, as they begin life with talismanic batsman Kevin Pietersen, after the 33-year-old was dropped following the Ashes humiliation in Australia.
Michael Lumb impressed with the willow in the first game, but the English do seem to have one eye on the three-match Twenty20 series in Barbados that immediately follows these ODI encounters.
West Indies are also without their best batsman, as Chris Gayle is absent, although in Sammy, Bravo and Marlon Samuels they have players capable of scoring runs.
Sunil Narine also had a brilliant time with the ball against the English and the pitch is likely to favour spin once again, as the 25-year-old looks to shackle explosive batsman Jos Buttler.