The West Indies Played England today at the Kensington Oval in Barbados for their fourth game against England in an ongoing T20 series, which unfortunately resulted in them losing the game by 34 runs.
England batted first, hitting a score of 193 runs for 6 wickets while the West Indies made an effort which only saw them making 159 runs for 5 wickets at the end of 20 overs.
Some of the top hitters for England were; Moeen Ali and Jason Roy who scored 63 runs and 52 runs respectively. The heavy hitters for the West Indies were; Kyle Myers who made 40 runs from 23 balls and Jason Holder who scored 36 runs from 27.
Throughout the power play period, West Indies looked settled and were hitting hard with Mayers and Brandon King however, all that changed once the game matured as the run rate began to decrease at that time coupled with the fact that some of their best batsmen lost their wickets.
The game that took place today brought the two teams to a tie as West Indies were leading since they had won 2 out of the 3 games they previously played.
The fifth and final showdown between England and the West Indies will take place at 3 pm tomorrow at the Kensington Oval in Barbados and the teams will be back on the pitch with the same players, looking to secure a win for their T20 series showdown.