WI vs ENG 2023, 2nd T20I: National Cricket Stadium Pitch Report, Grenada Weather Forecast, T20I Stats & Records | West Indies vs England

The second T20 match of the five-match series between West Indies and England is scheduled at the National Cricket Stadium in St. George’s, Grenada on Thursday (December 14).

In the opening T20I, West Indies secured a victory over England by four wickets. Now, while the hosts will look to take a step further towards clinching the trophy, on the other hand, England will aim to show fight in order to keep themselves alive in the series.

T20I stats and records at the National Cricket Stadium Grenada

  • Total matches: 9
  • Matches won batting first: 5
  • Matches won bowling first: 3
  • Average first Innings scores: 143
  • Average second Innings scores: 135
  • Highest total recorded: 208/7 (20 Overs) by Ireland vs West Indies
  • Lowest total recorded: 88/10 (19.5 Overs) by West Indies Women vs Pakistan Women
  • Highest score chased: 161/2 (15 Overs) by West Indies vs South Africa
  • Lowest score defended: 95/7 (20 Overs) by Pakistan Women vs West Indies Women

National Cricket Stadium Pitch Report:

The National Cricket Stadium in Grenada features a batter-friendly pitch where the ball comes off easily to the bat, allowing batsmen to score runs effectively. This ground is known for being conducive to batting, with boundaries and sixes easily achievable. The captain winning the toss might opt to chase on this pitch.

Grenada Weather Forecast:

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The weather at National Cricket Stadium in Grenada is expected to be delightful for the entire day, with abundant sunshine and no chance of rain during the match. Spectators and players can anticipate a perfect day for cricket. The temperature is expected to hover around 31 degrees Celsius with humidity levels to be around 75% and the wind blowing at a speed of 23 Km/hr.

West Indies vs England, Probable Playing XI:

West Indies: Rovman Powell (c), Brandon King, Kyle Mayers, Shai Hope (vc), Nicholas Pooran, Shimron Hetmyer, Andre Russell, Jason Holder, Akeal Hosein, Roston Chase, Alzarri Joseph, Gudakesh Motie.

England: Ben Duckett, Will Jacks, Harry Brook, Liam Livingstone, Jos Buttler (c & wk), Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Gus Atkinson, Adil Rashid, Tymal Mills, Rehan Ahmed

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