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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (Match 19): England vs Windies – Stats Preview 

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (Match 19): England vs Windies – Stats Preview
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On Friday (14th June), the host side England and Windies will meet in the 19th match of the 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup at The Rose Bowl (Southampton).

Both teams England and Windies have played three matches in this tournament. England beat South Africa and Bangladesh but suffered a defeat against Pakistan. On the other hand, Windies thrashed Pakistan, marginally lost against Australia and their last match against South Africa was widely washed out in the rain.

Ahead of the upcoming CWC match between England and Windies, let’s look at some crucial stats preview of this match.

Venue stats (The Rose Bowl, Southampton)

Important ODI stats

Stats Overall England Windies
Highest total 373/3 (50 overs) by England against Pakistan on 11th May 2019 373/3 (50 overs) against Pakistan on 11th May 2019 288/6 (50 overs) against England on 29th September 2017
Lowest completed total 65 (24 overs) by the USA against Australia on 13th September 2004 207 (40.4 overs) against South Africa on 28th August 2012 172 (33.4 overs) against England on 16th June 2012
Highest score 189* by Martin Guptill (New Zealand) against England on 2nd June 2013 141* by Jonny Bairstow against West Indies on 29th September 2017 99 by Chris Gayle against Bangladesh on 15th September 2004
Best bowling 5/29 by Mervyn Dillon (West Indies) against Bangladesh on 15th September 2004 5/61 by Ben Stokes against Australia on 16th September 2013 5/29 by Mervyn Dillon against Bangladesh on 15th September 2004


Venue’s ODI history in first and second batting


Stats Total 1st batting 2nd batting
Wins 23 12 11
Innings average* (Average run-rate)* 237.43 (5.46) 260.57 (5.54) 214.30 (5.36)

In last 10 completed ODIs

Stats Total 1st batting 2nd batting
Wins 10 6 4
Innings average* (Average run-rate)* 285.85 (6.07) 302.90 (6.12) 268.80 (6.00)

(Special Note: in Innings average and Average run-rate, only incomplete innings have been excluded. Included all the completed innings and target reached)



Teams stats

Teams’ ODI records at The Rose Bowl (Southampton)

Team Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result
England 17 10 7 0/0
Windies 6 2 2 0/2


England vs Windies

Stats Total ODIs England Won Windies Won Tied/No Result
Overall 101 51 44 0/6
In England 39 22 15 0/2
At The Rose Bowl (Southampton) 2 2 0 0/0
In the World Cup 6 5 1 0/0
In last 10 ODIs 10 6 2 0/2


Players’ stats

England cricketers’ stats

i) Eoin Morgan will play his 300th international match for England. Morgan will be the fifth cricketer to play 300 international matches for England.

England, Windies, Stats preview
Eoin Morgan (Image Credit: Google)

ii) Jason Roy (3,896 runs) is 104 runs away to complete his 4,000 international runs.

England, Windies, Stats preview
Jason Roy (Image Credit: Getty Images)

iii) Joe Root (11 catches) needs to take three more catches to become the highest catch-taker as an England non-wicketkeeper in Cricket World Cup history. Among the English non-wicketkeepers, only Graeme Hick (12 catches) and Paul Collingwood (13 catches) are ahead of Root in this list.

Joe Root (Image Credit: Getty Images)

Windies cricketers’ stats

i) Shimron Hetmyer (927 runs) has to score 73 more runs to complete his 1,000 ODI runs.

England, Windies, Stats preview
Shimron Hetmyer (Image Credit: Getty Images)

ii) Shai Hope (3,971 runs) is 29 runs away to complete his 4,000 runs in the international career.

Shai Hope (Image Credit: Getty Images)

iii) Andre Russell (95 wickets) needs to take five more wickets to complete his 100 international wickets.

Andre Russell (Image Credit: Getty Images)

iv) Jason Holder (96 wickets) will become the first Windies captain to take 100 ODI wickets after picking up four more wickets.

England, Windies, Stats preview
Jason Holder (Image Credit: Getty Images)

v) Off-spinner Ashley Nurse (49 wickets) is one wicket away to reach his 50-wicket milestone in ODI career. He will be the sixth spinner to take 50 or more ODI wickets for Windies.

Ashley Nurse (Image Credit: Getty Images)

vi) Chris Gayle (1,596 runs) is 30 runs away to become the leading ODI run-scorer against England. In this list, only three batsmen are ahead from Chris Gayle and they are former Sri Lankan batsman Kumar Sangakkara (1,625 runs), former West Indies batsman Sir Viv Richards (1,619 runs) and former Australian batsman Ricky Ponting (1,598 runs).

England, Windies, Stats preview
Chris Gayle (Image Credit: Getty Images)

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