England’s 2022 West Indies Tour
The date of the event is 24 March 2022.
In this case, the format is:
Taking place at Grenada’s National Cricket Stadium in St. George’s
Date: April 14th, 14:00
WI vs ENG Team Previews
As in the first match, the West Indies were able to bat out a draw in the second match. They lost five wickets in the fourth innings of the test match as England desperately tried to salvage a victory. As a result, the series is still up for grabs heading into the third and final match in Grenada. Nkrumah was the star of the show for the Caribbeans in the first test of the ongoing series. Kraig Braithwaite, the Caribbeans’ skipper, was the most impressive hitter in the series with the bat. His 160 from 489 balls in the West Indian first innings and his 56 from 186 balls in the second innings helped his team save the match. This will be the third and final test for the West Indies. They have only lost one test series to the British, and that was on home soil, 54 years ago. The West Indians will be eager to maintain this record.
West Indies Playing 11
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After a strong showing in the first test, the English batsmen came out firing in the second. Despite their best efforts, the English bowlers were unable to secure the victory they so desperately desired in the second test. There is some debate as to whether or not it was a lifeless wicket for their bowlers, particularly their fast bowlers, in the second innings. It was Joe Root’s second hundred of the series. Ben Stokes joined him in the exclusive club of 100-goal scorers. From a total of 128 pitches, Stokes struck out 120. I couldn’t get enough of watching him go to work in the ninth. Jack Leach, an English spin bowler, put in a tremendous effort with the ball. He bowled 95 overs in the second test and took six wickets. The British are expected to keep rotating their bowlers as they did in the previous test. They may even consider using Matt Parkinson, a leg spinner, in this match. Preliminary reports suggest that the Grenada pitch will resemble that of Antigua and Barbados’s from the first two tests.
England Playing 11
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WI vs ENG Toss Prediction
In the third test, it’s impossible to tell which team will win the toss and go first. It all depends on the type of track that is available to the teams on the day of the match. If the field conditions are similar to those of the first two tests, the captain who wins the toss is likely to open the batting.
Check out our toss prediction guide for more information on how we come to our conclusions.
Pitch and Conditions
The National Cricket Stadium in Granada’s wicket is likely to allow batsmen to play their strokes. On a good wicket, the majority of batsmen will do well. Taking wickets on this track is going to be difficult because the pitch is unlikely to help the bowlers. The average first-innings total on this track in the last five matches is 325. However, as the game progresses, the bowlers will receive some assistance. There’s a good chance that the pitch will help both batsmen and bowlers. The pitch will help both fast bowlers and spinners in the latter stages of the test.
WI vs ENG Dream11 Prediction
• J Baristow
• K. Brathwaite (c)
• J. Root(vc)
• D. Lawrence
• N Bonner
• C Woakes
• B Stokes
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WI vs ENG Betting Tips
Until we get a good look at the pitch in Grenada, it’s impossible to predict the outcome of this match. We can expect another draw if the field conditions are similar to those of the first two games. England may be able to win the series if the pitch is given a little more spice for the bowlers. During the first two matches, they have performed well and the batsmen have formed a strong partnership together. As Joe Root and his team have demonstrated, they can defeat the Caribbeans. Jack Leach also showed a knack for taking and keeping wickets. With players like Braithwaite in the West Indian lineup, the hosts aren’t completely out of the running. However, based on the evidence we have seen in the test series, the English bowling attack appears to be more powerful for taking 20 wickets in the match. As a result, betting on a British victory in the final test might be a good idea. Wait for a pitch report before making a move.