England vs West Indies ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Weather Report: Check Out the Rain Forecast and Pitch Report of Rose Bowl in Southampton
Jos Butler and Jofra Archer after practice session at Southampton ahead of ENG vs WI Match CWC 2019 (Photo Credits: Getty)

England will square off against West Indies in the match no 19 of ICC Cricket World Cup (CWC), 2019. The action will take at Rose Bowl in Southampton. England has played three games so far in this tournament where they have won two and lost one, whereas West Indies has played three matches where they defeated Pakistan in their opening game and lost to Australia in their second game. Windies last match against South Africa got abandoned due to rain, which was held at Southampton itself. Meanwhile, if you are looking for the much-awaited weather report, rain forecast and pitch report of England vs West Indies, scroll down below for details. England vs West Indies Cricket Score 19th ODI Match.

The weather at Southampton like other venues of England hasn't been good since the past few days. On Monday, June 10, 2019, the game between South Africa and West Indies got abandoned due to rain. Total four matches in CWC 2019 have been washed out till now, including the yesterday's game between India vs New Zealand at Nottingham. Good news for fans is that as per the reports of accuweather.com only a few showers are expected in the afternoon today at Southampton, which should not lead to match cancellation between England and West Indies. Apart from that, it will be slight sunny with wind flowing at the pace of around 20 km/h. ENG vs WI, ICC CWC 2019: England Captain Eoin Morgan Calls West Indies a Strong Outfit, Terms Their Batting 'Explosive'

Weather at Southampton 

Weather Report of ENG vs WI CWC 2019 (Photo Credits: Accuweather.com)

Pitch Report: The pitch will assist pacers and after winning the toss, the side electing to bowl first will have an advantage in this game. It will be a seaming wicket, which will provide good pace and bounce to bowlers.

England (Squad): Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Jos Buttler(w), Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes, Liam Plunkett, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood, Tom Curran, Moeen Ali, James Vince, Liam Dawson

West Indies (Squad): Chris Gayle, Shai Hope(w), Darren Bravo, Shimron Hetmyer, Nicholas Pooran, Jason Holder(c), Carlos Brathwaite, Ashley Nurse, Kemar Roach, Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas, Evin Lewis, Andre Russell, Shannon Gabriel, Fabian Allen

England will play their next game against Afghanistan at Manchester on June 18, while West Indies will face Bangladesh at Taunton on June 17. With matches getting abandoned and the World Cup tournament reaching almost midway, it will be essential for each team to win matches from now onwards and gain two vital points.