So thats the end of the match. England wins the match by eight wickets an get a couple of points in their kitty. 

With just 10 runs remaining to win the match, Joe Root scores a century and is all set to take the team to the finishing line. 

Just when we thought that Chris Woakes would score a half-century, he was sent packing as he took an aerial route. Woakes OUT on 40. 

The game as already slipped away from the hands of the Windies as they just need 23 runs to win the game. With this, Joe Root nears 100 and Chris Woakes is 10 runs from scoring a half-century.

The England batsmen are dominating the West Indies bowlers. The team has already reached the score of 150 runs as Joe Root is just 26 runs away from getting a hundred. England needs 63 runs to win the game.

With that shot, Joe Root scores a fifty. England is surely into a strong position as they just need 98 runs to win the game. 

We will have Chris Woakes at number three as Jason Roy will bat at number seven. Gabriel bowls a WIDE. FOUR more by Chris Woakes and 100 comes up for England. 

Gabriel finally gets the first breakthrough as he hits it up in the air and hands it over to the fielder at the third man. Jonny Bairstow OUT on 45. 

Jason Holder is back to bowl and starts off with a couple of dots. Concedes a single and no run from the next one. Bowls a WIDE and a single follow. Two runs to end the over. 

Gabriel is here to bowl as he starts off conceding a single and then a three dot balls. One run to end the over. Three runs from the over. 

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After the washout of the yesterday’s game between India and New Zealand, the schedule of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 brings us the match between England and West Indies. So the good news for the fans is that despite the weather being cloudy there is no rain. The fans can enjoy full 50 overs of cricket hopefully unless the doors of the heavens open again and decide to pour over the stadium of Southampton. England vs West Indies Cricket Score 19th ODI Match

For England Jos Butler’s injury could have proven to be a headache for the team as he was injured during the game against Bangladesh. The wicket-keeping duties could now lie with Jonny Bairstow. However, the team later clarified that he is fit to play the game. “Yes, he's fine. He'll be taking part in today's practice fully. It was a little bit precautionary the other day. He said he could have kept, but he wasn't really sure if he would be able to run after a high catch," said England coach Trevor Bayliss while addressing the press ahead of the game.

Talking about the CWC 2019 Points table, England is placed on number four with four points in their kitty. The team has so far played three games, out of which they won a couple of them and lost one. West Indies have played three games, out of which they won and lost one each. One of them produced no result. The Caribbean team is placed on number seven of the points table with three points.